This weekend is Father’s Day in many countries around the world. At VISR, we believe that fathers play a vital role in the digital education of their kids. This holds true for many of us as our foray into the tech world would not have happened if not for the influence of our dads on us as kids. And so, to celebrate this Father’s Day, … Continue reading Advice from our fathers
LONDON, UK (PRWEB) JUNE 16, 2016 VISR, a predictive wellness startup dedicated to the health and safety of children, announced today that CEO Robert S. Reichmann will present at Founders Forum 2016, joining His Royal Highness The Duke of Cambridge during his headline session on technology and cyberbullying. A private, invitation-only event for world-class innovators, entrepreneurs, corporate CEOs, and senior investors, the prestigious forum will … Continue reading Press Release: VISR CEO Robert S. Reichmann Joins The Duke of Cambridge to Speak on Cyberbullying at Founders Forum 2016
These days, we all know what LOL, TTYL, OMG, and BRB mean. These acronyms have penetrated every day conversation. But teens today have a slew of acronyms at their disposal beyond the most basic listed above and to complicate it further, these are constantly evolving. For example, WTF (what the f**k) has simply become TF. So what are the latest and most commonly used acronyms … Continue reading Excuse me, can you repeat that?
There are no time restraints for cyberbullying. It can happen at any time of the day and any day of the week. But things that happen online get talked about in school the next day. So when it comes to cyberbullying, where are the boundaries for schools and at what point does a school have a legal obligation to investigate? Guest blogger, Sgt. Brian Trainor … Continue reading Is internet safety a school or parent responsibility?