Installs into your existing network. Use your iPhone to control access to sites you know are safe.
Easily set up sites specific to type of group (age, educational, games, etc.).,
One less thing to worry about knowing you kids are accessing places on the Internet you know are safe.
The parent controls where kids can go and what times they can use the internet.
Frequent exposures to sexually explicit material is closely linked to more permissive attitudes about sex.
There are thousands of scams that prey on kids. Knockoffs, games and contests steal children's privacy and their money.
Bullying happens on both the playground and in the digital world. Hurtful words are exchanged. Rumors start easily and spread quickly. Profiles and e-mails are hacked.
Online predators are constantly using the Internet to lure children into harms way.
40% of teens have seen pictures on social networks of their peers getting drunk, passed out, or using drugs, and half of these first saw these pictures when they were 13 or younger.
Internet addiction for kids is real. Getting them to put away their devices and come to dinner, engage in other activities, go outside or do their homework seems to be an increasingly uphill battle.
Your kids are the product not the customer. Websites make money gathering information about who visits their website. This information is then sold to marketers.
Once it's posted to the Internet, it stays there forever.
Virus and malware are constantly attack you computers and phone to steal your information and your money.
"The internet was not designed for children even though they are now the biggest users."
- Anne Longfield
Children's Commissioner for England
"My heart aches every time I get a call from a parent desperately asking if I can remove the nudes of their kid from the internet."
- Theresa Payton
Cyber Security Expert
“So, your kids must love the iPad? I asked Mr. Jobs, trying to change the subject. The company’s first tablet was just hitting the shelves. They haven’t used it, he told me. We limit how much technology our kids use at home.”
- Steve Jobs
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