Two Hat Selected to Attend C100 "48 Hours in the Valley"

Mon Nov 02, 2015

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Two Hat is pleased to have been selected as one of Canada’s top 20 startup companies invited to be a part of the C100 “48 Hours in the Valley”. This semi-annual mentorship program offers unparalleled access to programming, mentorship, and networking in Silicon Valley.

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How We Manage Toxicity for Social Apps and Websites

Mon Oct 12, 2015

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At Two Hat, we believe the social internet is a positive place with unlimited potential. We also believe bullying and toxicity are causing harm to real people and causing irreparable damage to social products. That’s why we made Community Sift.

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Cyberbullying, Bullying, and Online Harassment Facts

Mon Oct 05, 2015

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What is Bullying?

Bullying is an unacceptable anti-social behavior. Bullying tactics can involve verbal abuse, physical abuse, and psychological harassment towards a victim. This destructive behavior is learned by a bully from the negative influences that can come from others in their home environment, school, peer groups, and even from certain media exposure.

The good news is that since bullying is a learned behavior, it can also be unlearned.

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Keeping Kids Safe Online

Mon Sep 28, 2015

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Digital communication offers many incredible ways to communicate, discover, and share messages with others around the world. However there are risks inherent with conversations, social media, games, apps, and websites found online.

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Empowering Young Adults While Managing Online Risk

Thu Jan 08, 2015

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I recall being a young boy living in orchard country in the beautiful Okanagan Valley. By the age of 8, I had the run of my 37 acre orchard and its surrounding gullies and fields. I’d run, bike, hike, and explore with a german shepherd as my co-conspirator and a backpack filled with trail mix. Occasionally, I’d wipe out and return home with some tears in my eyes and a wound on my leg, but it always healed and I was all the more diligent the next time.

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