Monica Lewinsky Launches Anti-Bullying Campaign Ahead of Safer Internet Day

Monica Lewinsky is back in the news. No, she isn’t campaigning for or against Hillary Clinton. She is, however, launching her own anti-bullying campaign. #BeStrong anti-bullying emojis keyboard is here! my piece on @VanityFair https://t.co/760NQSeC2k — Monica Lewinsky (@MonicaLewinsky) February…

Yahoo Launches New Website For Safer Internet Day

Yahoo said today it is launching Yahoo Safely, ahead of Safer Internet Day on February 8, in an effort to create safer online experiences for young people.

Yahoo Safely allows users in  26 countries and 14 languages to access information and advices on making better choices online. The site aims to to inform parents, educators, and young people in their own languages about important topics, such as managing digital reputations, avoiding cyber-bullying, and learning how to minimize risks on mobile devices.

EU Calls For More Privacy On Social Networks

The European Commission is reminding teenagers to "Think before you post!" on social networking sites as Europe marks Safer Internet Day.

The Commission said 50 percent of European teenagers give out personal information on the web, which can remain online forever and be seen by anybody.