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‘Fawkes’ tool protects you from facial recognition online

A new software tool called Fawkes can “cloak” photos before you upload them to social media to prevent facial recognition algorithms from identifying you.

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Nearly 100,000 Children Tested Positive for COVID-19 At the End of July

This article reports that during the month of July, that there were 338,982 total child COVID-19 cases (cumulative).

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Shocking facts about the blue whale game

Warning We advise parents and schools to be cautious about the phenomenon, and not to discuss it with your kids if you have the feeling they know nothing about it. The danger of copying is lurking. Nevertheless, be aware of this phenomenon, and if you notice something, take action immediately. Introduction If you have been […]

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Are Your Kids Home and Online? How to Keep Them Safer

The FBI sounded the alarm recently about something that we know all too well here at OYP: there is increased opportunity for exploitation with children going online more often and less supervised in the COVID-19 era.

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Coronavirus lockdown: National cybersecurity agency asks parents to keep tab on child’s Internet activity

At a time when children have been using internet services for their entertainment and online classes during the lockdown, strong advice: keeping a check on the online activities will safeguard children from inappropriate content streaming as well as cyber bullying.

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Coronavirus, is it the end of the world?

The Covid-19 is not the end of the world. Coronavirus outbreaks have happened before: SARS-CoV in 2002 and MERS-CoV in 2012. The former had a crude mortality ratio of about 7%, and the latter of about 33%, and both were contained within a few months. The current crude mortality ratio (the number of reported deaths divided by the reported cases) is between 3-4%.