Bullying In The Hamptons

Parent Security receives hundreds of letters weekly from parents all over the world, seeking help and advice.  Some parents want to spy on their children and some want to share their story about their child’s experience with cyber bullying.  For years, our founder Gregory Evans has spoken about cyber bullying…

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Online child abuse moving to Skype, bitcoin: Europol

THE HAGUE: Hi-tech criminals are increasingly selling live streams of child sex over legitimate chat sites and apps such as Skype for hard-to-trace virtual currencies like bitcoin, Europe’s policing agency warned on Tuesday. “Criminals that sexually exploit children online are becoming more entrepreneurial with technological developments and are profiting financially,”…

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A member for the defense team of Rasmea Odeh — a convicted terrorist in Israel who more recently was found guilty of federal immigration fraud in the United States — will be speaking at Loyola University Chicago – an appearance funded by student fees. A petition opposing the event, and calling for official objection to it by the student government and Loyola administration, currently has almost 200 signatures. A memorial to the victims of the supermarket bombing Odeh was involved in in Israel in the 1960s is also scheduled to take place at the same time as the speaking event. “The event on Loyola’s campus, funded by the Student Activities Fund, will bring Nesreen Hasan, a member of Odeh’s defense team to speak about Rasmea’s defense and the perceived unfairness of her conviction,” the petition states. “The event ignores the fact that Rasmea Odeh is a convicted terrorist responsible for the murder of two people.” Titled “A Woman’s Intifada: The Story of Rasmea Odeh,” it will be held on Loyola’s campus on Thursday, Feb. 26. It’s being hosted by the Middle Eastern Student Association and will feature Nesreen Hasan, a member of Odeh’s defense team. The talk comes at a time when pro-Palestinian groups are

A member for the defense team of Rasmea Odeh — a convicted terrorist in Israel who more recently was found guilty of federal immigration fraud in the United States — will be speaking at Loyola University Chicago – an appearance funded by student fees. A petition opposing the event, and calling…

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