Social media has been around since 1997, with the emergence of the first modern-day platform, Six Degrees. Flash forward to today, where Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Snapchat reign supreme. Based on Common Sense Media’s 2018 Social Media Study: 70% of Teens Check Social Media Sites Multiple Times A Day ..Continue Reading
No one wants their iPhone being tracked, especially without their knowledge. That’s why there are technology privacy laws in place, to help protect the everyday consumer from an invasion of phone privacy. But, how is someone still able to track your phone? We discuss this further below, along with how ..Continue Reading
Your kid comes up to you and insists they get their own Instagram account and the panic sets in. You can’t keep them off forever, but you want them to stay safe online at the same time. Relax because there is a way your kid can be on social networks ..Continue Reading
Is your teen spending too much time glued to their cell phone? Are you worried about teenage cell phone addiction and the effects it can have on your child? It can be really scary to watch your child losing control and getting lost in their phone screen. We’ve put together ..Continue Reading
Your phone vibrates. You pull your phone from your pocket thinking it may be a friend or important business contact, but no. A string of unknown numbers is displayed across your screen. We all seem to get those pesky calls from random phone numbers who will often ask us for ..Continue Reading
For a child to do well at school, it’s essential that they give their studies the right amount of attention, sleep early at night and at the same time engage in healthy sports. According to research, too much screen time and use of media for leisure activities makes children aggressive, ..Continue Reading
A child’s teenage years are said to be their most vulnerable. It’s when the hormones start kicking in, and children start realizing their need for love and affection more than ever. Statistics show that the main demographic that uses online dating apps is college going students.
When children are browsing the internet, they are exposed to an endless number of sites. This includes inappropriate and explicit sites, many of which their parents don’t want them seeing. Since children don’t know any better and likely just stumble upon these adult sites by accident, it’s the parent’s job to ..Continue Reading