While we don’t want to disturb our children’s privacy we have to know whom are they talking to and what are they getting into. Restricting calls might sound harsh while this might be the best option to keep the “bad guys” out of your kid’s life.
Going from middle school to high school might be less stressful for your child if you know how to deal with changes and challenges your kid (or teen, huh?) faces at this particular moment in their life. Parents need to consider multiple factors to make this process as smooth as possible for kids. In this article, we will name them and give ways out.
Want to install WhatsApp spy app to read your kid’s messages? It’s not a good idea since spying is forbidden in many countries. Whereas, there is a need to monitor your kids WhatsApp to prevent cyber dangers, such as cyberbullying, online predators, sexting, personal information leak. So what is the difference between spying and monitoring? We will discuss it in this article.
#Roastme an innocent hashtag that hides a new form of cyberbullying. mSpy team has investigated the topic to educate parents and protect kids online.
The worst fear of any mother is getting their kid lost at the mall. Big stores, especially on big sales days, are huge distractions even for hyper responsible moms. One second you’re looking for a price tag, the next your kid disappears in the crowd.
Turn your kid’s Mac into a portable mini-school. Get them surprised by taking the initiative, handing a Mac, and suggesting to try an app. Mac can be equipped with so many great apps and your kid won’t want to switch to the series or YouTube channels you don’t approve.
Parental controls became a necessity in the realities of Internet dangers and kids’ free access to it. Mobile applications’ developers realize that nowadays parental controls have to meet the expectations of worried parents and be as practical as possible.
Kids love using iPad as they can play games, solve puzzles, type, draw, read educational books, explore multi-touch navigation, etc. And, of course, the company took care of parental control for iPad to make the device’s usage as safe as possible.
Over the globe, parents start ringing alert bells since the Blue Whale Challenge, the Silent House, and F-57 circulate over the Internet. These so-called games encourage teens to commit suicide.
The Blue Whale Challenge (Game) took lives of about 130 kids all over the world and still continue to engage children. It’s almost impossible to depict whether a kid is into it beforehand. That’s why there’s a huge urge to set parental controls as a powerful way out of this. Parents of the victims make it loud: “You have to identify in advance what’s going on in the head of your kid. You have to control their Internet use and monitor social media”.
Thousands of on-demand movies and TV shows are now available via a streaming service Netflix. Since recently after the series “13 Reasons Why” has been accused of promoting openly suicidal thoughts, parents raised the question if Netflix parental controls work.