Five teens find out how much information an Internet researcher is able to find out about them online.
Eduardo learns that posting inappropriate pictures online is two kinds of stupid.
Listen to what these teens have to say about the risks of meeting offline.
Keyan’s new online friend wants to meet face-to-face, but is this is a good idea? Tad and Slick don’t think so!
How fast does information travel once it gets online? These teens know.
Got game? These teens do! Hear what your peers have to say about gaming online.
There's nothing wrong with playing to win, but what happens when someone crosses the line between competitor and griefer?
These teens discuss being smart about what you post on your online profile.
Everything on your profile represents who you are. What does yours say about you?
Some teens say and do terrible things to each other online because they don’t see the direct effects of their actions. So what should you do if you’re cyberbullied?
Ryan and Noah share their stories to show that online victimization can happen to boys too.
Teens talk about dealing with cyberbullies. Listen in.
Who’s on your friends list? These teens talk about why it’s important to know.
Setting your page to private is smart and a step in the right direction -- but who's on your friends list? Don't give just anyone access to your world.
A friendship is broken when a teen gives her best friend's password to some other girls at school.
A teen regrets his participation on a website created to rate others at his school.
Julie talks about when she left home for three weeks with a convicted murderer she had developed a relationship with online.
Hear the true story of a 15-year-old girl who left home to meet in person with a man she first "met" online.