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Letting your teenage children use social media can feel as though you've suddenly let them loose inside a scene from Trainspotting -- there's so much that could happen, and that's scary, no question. The latest source of panic among parents is Snapchat's new Snap Map, a map that lets users see where their friends are in real time, and find out what they're doing. So Jonah can see that Hank and Mia are at a spin class nearby, and decide to meet up with them IRL. The feature, according to Snapchat, helps people get "inspired to go on an adventure".

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From making sure they don't fall for phishing scams to reminding them to never reveal personal information online, children just getting their start on the web may talk savvy, but still need a helping hand learning the stuff the rest of us know. Here are a few tips to get them started on the right foot.

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It's World Password Day this Thursday! Do you know what that means? That's right, it's that time of year when we get to discover just how truly awful we are at the whole password thing. Oh, and how to improve, of course.