In this digital age, it’s difficult to manage what our children view on the internet, and that’s why a lot of parents rely on the assistance of parental control software to monitor their child’s activity online.Read Full Story
If you’ve been in the position where you’ve found that your child’s friend has posted inappropriate content about herself online, know that it’s your obligation and responsibility to tell that child’s parent what’s going on. Be prepared, however, for the fact that the news may not be welcomed and you may receive a negative response.Read Full Story
In an age of social media, online gaming, and apps like Foursquare, sharing information about yourself can be as easy as a few clicks of the mouse or cell phone. So, when it comes to letting your kids online, are they sharing too much? Before the next time your kiddo surfs the Internet, make sure your kids know the seven things they shouldn't share online.Read Full Story
Things certainly have changed since we were kids. How often do you find yourself saying that? It’s true, though! The internet didn’t exist and that alone has rocked the technological world, giving us more opportunities and, unfortunately, creating more dangers. As a result, parents find themselves in the position of striking a balance between watching their child’s every move online to protect them and allowing them freedom to explore the world – from their computer.Read Full Story
Last night Tom's daughter, Sue, came out of her room and said, "I got another one of those instant messages. It says, 'tomorrow you had better not show up at school or else'." She has been getting messages frequently. The result of this is that she no longer likes to turn her computer on.Read Full Story
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