Arlington, VA (PRWEB) August 16, 2012
uKnow.com, the world’s leading parental intelligence provider and creators of uKnowKids™ announced today the release of its latest infographic “Cyberstalking: The Dangers of Oversharing Information.” Detailed in the infographic are the well-publicized stories of the children of Michael Dell (founder of Dell computers) and Evgeny Kaspersky (founder of desktop security company, Kaspersky Labs) that made judgment errors in choosing what personal information they posted on their social networking sites.
Fortunately, neither teen was harmed, but both cases illustrate the importance of not oversharing personal information online. Both aforementioned teens are children of fathers with world-class technology and Internet safety backgrounds and yet were still susceptible to harm due to posting information on social networks.
Internet and mobile safety expert, Tim Woda, stated “Odds are no one wants to harm your kids. Cyberstalkers are more likely to be an ex-boyfriend or girlfriend or an estranged parent.” As part of its commitment to keeping children safe and updating parents with pertinent information, uKnow.com has designed a campaign to inform parents of the importance of teaching kids the repercussions of sharing too much information online. Woda goes on to give the following advice to all parents “kids in every family make mistakes and monitoring a child’s online activity is hard even for technology visionaries like Michael Dell and Evgeny Kaspersky. These parents have no doubt taken extraordinary steps to keep their kids safe, but every parent can benefit from using a Parental Intelligence System like uKnowKids™.”
Please note that website bloggers can copy the infographic onto their own site and share with friends and readers by downloading here—
Founded in 2009 and headquartered in Arlington, VA., uKnow.com is the only company that offers a parental intelligence system available for both private-label and consumer use. The company powers the world’s leading Parental Intelligence Systems including uKnowKids.com, SocialFirefly.com, aBeanstalk.com, MySocialScout.net, and p911Safety.com, among others.
uKnow.com works with companies and organizations to help parents protect their kids from child predators, sexting, and cyberbullying with a special focus on social networks and mobile phone. uKnow.com’s technology provides parents with a bird’s eye view of what is going on in their child’s digital world so that they can keep their finger on the pulse, and when necessary, take action to protect the safety and privacy of their kids. You can find uKnow.com on Twitter at twitter.com/uKnow_com, on Facebook at facebook.com/uKnow.com, and on their Parenting Blog.