Does your tween or teen use the Snapchat app? This hugely popular mobile app has taken over where Instagram left off — but with a twist that might take parents by surprise. Find out who’s using it and why you may want to think twice about letting your child download it.Read Full Story
In 2010, a Brooklyn school suspended 32 students for sexting (sending sexually explicit, nude or semi-nude photos by cell phone). Last year, more than 21 states introduced bills or resolutions aimed at sexting. Crackdowns on sexting help parents, but how do you tackle the topic at home?Read Full Story
Kids are getting their own cell phones at younger ages than ever. When you give your children their first cell phone, you are giving them a whole lot of power – the power to send and receive messages and images, to share their status and location and the ability to download just about anything out there. At such a young age, they may not be ready for all that power. So how do you avoid the potential pitfalls? Here are five important tips to help ensure your kids’ responsible cell phone use.Read Full Story
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