TeenSafe on Gizmodo Australia

Sometimes we look at the “land down under” as an untamed environment and wilderness found in “the outback,” and not the steakhouse found in America by the same name. But the Aussies are just as modern as the other six continents and have suffered through the same type of technological dilemmas as the rest of […]

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TeenSafe on The Christian Science Monitor

Longtime conservative, religious and especially relevant guidance found on The Christian Science Monitor recently mentioned the TeenSafe app. They’re asking today’s parents an important question, “Can parental spyware keep kids safe online?” More and more parents nowadays are relying on different types of spyware or tracking software to monitor and control their children’s activities on […]

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Teensafe On NBC Chicago

According to a recent article from the NBC affiliate in Chicago, “Parents (were) Shocked School Accounts Don’t Block Inappropriate Content,” from computer access when using the school’s access to Google accounts used for homework and other assignments. One Chicago mom found her kids were able to sidestep the parental controls she put into place on […]

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TeenSafe On WFMY News 2

North Carolina’s CBS News affiliate WFMY Channel 2 recently reported on the trending topic of “Tracking Teens’ Phones: What Parents Need To Know.” In their piece, they’re looking at the pros and cons of this practice. With smartphones in the hands of almost every child nowadays, experts recommend tools like the Teensafe app to combat […]

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TeenSafe On NBC Chicago

The windy city is reporting on recent problems with parents who are upset with their children gaining access to graphic images and inappropriate materials on the internet. In platforms available from Google given access to children in classrooms are causing “Some Schools (to) Make Changes To (their) Technology Policy.” One parent who chose to remain […]

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