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But at a certain point you end up crossing the line from parenting into spying." data-reactid="133"The thin new line Here’s my problem.
I get that putting the entire Internet in the hands of a relatively naïve child can be dangerous.
Every major telco offers some kind of tool, including apps that track your kids’ locations, allow you to block downloads, keep them from texting while driving, and limit how much data they can use and time they can spend on their phones.
(CTIA-The Wireless Association maintains a comprehensive list here.) You may need to cobble several of them together to get all the features you want, though, and many services cost or more a month." data-reactid="61"Spy where?
Fortunately, the most lethal thing my daughter had at her disposal was a pillow.“If you don’t take that thing off my phone right now, I’m going to murder you in your sleep,” she seethed.
Law enforcement officials in Texas are going to insane lengths to prosecute a 17-year-old who texted nude photos of himself to his 15-year-old girlfriend, accusing him of trafficking in child porn.
Dozens of college careers have been scuttled before they’ve even begun because of “private” photos or texts that found their way onto public networks." data-reactid="58"The headlines are filled with horror stories of what can go wrong when you put a piece of ultra-sophisticated technology in the hands of an unmonitored teenager.
(Teen Safe also lets you monitor kids’ Instagram and Facebook accounts.) For this service you pay a month; that price covers all the teens in your house.
This app operates totally in the background, so your kids may not necessarily know they’re being watched if you don’t tell them.