Sexual harassment has been a prevalent issue in our society and in the legal system for over fifty years.
The ever-increasing use of the Internet in the past twenty to thirty years has served as a medium for sexual harassment that has, until recently, gone relatively unnoticed.
Today’s teens and tweens are connected to one another, and to the world, via digital technology more than any previous generation.
Recent data suggests that social media venues like Facebook and Twitter have surpassed e-mail as the preferred method of communication in all age groups.
The first thing you do on Badoo is create your profile.
You create and manage your profile, find new friends in your city, and chat.While today’s tweens and teens may be more digitally savvy than their parents, their lack of maturity and life experience can quickly get them into trouble with these new social venues.For this reason, it is imperative that parents talk with their children of all ages about social media and monitor their online social media use to help them navigate this new online social world.Over the past few years, more and more Africans are turning to their mobile phones for services.These stretch from banking services to agricultural advice and, now, dating.Kenya’s money-transfer application, M-Pesa, revolutionised day-to-day banking for millions in rural areas who do not have access to traditional banks.