The Internet Safety Project ( is a non-profit venture at Brigham Young University dedicated to educating parents, teachers, and teens about the benefits and risks of technology. Their goal is to make solutions to technical issues accessible in an educational, entertaining, and useful way. They explain both the benefits and risks of technology.

Want to learn more about texting, social networking, cyberbullying, online predators, online games, identity theft, online pornography, malware, or viruses?

  • The Internet Safety Blog is an ongoing collection of articles with something new to read all the time.
  • The Internet Safety Podcast (founded in 2007) is a collection of free audio programs that explain different technology issues.
  • The Internet Safety Wiki (founded in 2008) lets you enter a word or phrase and learn about various topics and websites. You’ll find concise definitions along with tips, suggestions, and guidelines for keeping your kids safe from the risks associated with technology.
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