Fake News

04/06/2022 Raymond Viger 0

By Raymond Viger This editorial resembles a humor column. Excuse this twisting of journalistic rigor, but my shrink always told me that it’s sometimes better to think outside the box. By following standards too closely, you can lose your identity and your authenticity. Recently, fake […] See more

Sextortion: Freed from the Shame

08/23/2021 The Social Eyes 0

Sarah (not her real name) is 14. Last year she met a girl her age over the internet. Eventually they exchanged intimate photos. But sadly, her on-line acquaintance was no friend. “She” was a 27-year-old man on the other side of the Atlantic. By Takwa […] See more

When the #Joke Goes Too Far

08/03/2021 The Social Eyes 0

A slice of cheese is thrown in a baby’s face. A father tells his children that he’s already eaten all their Hallowe’en candies. In alarming numbers, similar videos are showing up all over the internet. These pranks may seem harmless, but they raise important ethical […] See more

Learning to Be an E-Parent

06/13/2015 The Social Eyes 0

Once upon a time, parents could think their children safe when they got home after class. Schoolyard bullying ended when a child stepped through the front door. Home was a safe zone: safe from insults, intimidation and beatings. But the digital age has changed all […] See more