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24-Jun-2019 02:22

Another time I found that even though a friend my oldest son was visiting had good parental controls on their home computer, one of that kid's friends didn't, and that unrestricted access to the internet had allowed his friend to see and hear things that we would never dream of letting our kids see.

So of course, the best parental controls are an active parent that teaches their kids about the dangers of new technologies and who is aware of what they are doing.

In both of the above situations, since we had talked about not being allowed to play games that were rated ' M' and about inappropriate websites, they turned to another activity and let me know what happened.

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Parental control software is built in the latest version of Mac OS X and Windows, but can also be purchased as separate programs, which often offer more features and more flexibility.

These include programs such as Bsafe Online, Net Nanny, and Safe Eyes.

Take, for example, the i Phone, which includes an e-Mail application, web browser, and an application to watch videos on You Tube.

For example, the Verizon Family Locator service (formerly called Chaperone) will let you view your child's location and can even send you a text message when they arrive or leave a certain location, such as school or a friend's house.

AT&T (AT&T Family Map) and Sprint (Sprint Family Locator) offer similar services.

We are asking people to help us test our product for free. announces the immediate availability of Kid Track™ , the preeminent software on the market today for allowing parents to monitor their children’s cell phone usage.

Kid Track monitors text messages, incoming and outgoing phone log, each web site visited, location and media (pictures, audio and video).

Cell phones and the internet have even lead to new ways for kids to be bullied -- cyberbullying.