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askfm: Don’t Let Your Daughter Use This One For A While.

askfm

I see the value of asking questions anonymously sometimes as an adult. Timid adults may have a more difficult time asking uncomfortable questions to others face-to-face which makes this app good in this area. That’s the good thing about this app. My issue with this app relates to how children are going to use it. This app can be particularly dangerous to teenagers because of cyberbullying and suicide talk and share. askfm has been linked to suicide. My daughter won’t be using this one until she is much older, that’s for sure. I think that yours shouldn’t use this one, either. My two cents.

PD Rating: High Risk

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Dr. Luis Camillo Almeida

Dr. Luis Camillo Almeida is an Associate Professor of Communication Arts at Lee University who has taught and advised over a thousand students with questions relating to mental strengths. He is also a technology critic who has written, talked and published academic articles in three continents and three books on the importance of using technology moderately. He has been nationally featured in many national outlets including the Wall Street Journal, WDEF-Chattanouga, ABC-Jackson, NPR (WJSU), the Observer Reporter (OR), TEDxPhoenixville, The Pittsburgh Tribune Review, Voice of America (VOA), Indiana Gazette, The Vindicator and now at the Cleveland Daily Banner. Internationally, Dr. Almeida has been featured in the highly prestigious O Globo Newspaper, Radio CBN, Investimentos e Noticias (Brazil), Triffato Magazine (Brazil), and Voice of America (Nigeria). Dr. A has had over 100 million media impressions (MI) for his work in techno moderation and leadership, all advancing key message points. He has also served as the Owner of Prefrontal Consulting, a life coach enterprise for several years. He lives in Cleveland, TN.
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