Daily Archives: January 11, 2014

Mobile phone use among youth has reached unprecedented levels of use. Cellphones are an important part of kids’ lives. Around 22 % of young children own a cellular phone (ages 6-9), 60 % of tweens (ages 10-14), and 84 percent of teenagers (ages 15-18). Moreover cellphone providers now are marketing to younger kids with colorful […]

Not only is Parental Monitoring acceptable, and Employee Monitoring allowable, they are essential. If not legally, then morally and ethically; in view of the fact that parents and employers are in a position to lesson tragedy and liability that derive from smartphone misuse or the need for protection. With authority comes obligations. Fortunately there will […]

Protecting Families requires Technology. There are plenty of valid motivations to Track Cell Phone and communications content. If the monitoring is rational then in all probability the term spy is benign, and does not bring to mind malignant intent. Monitoring software packages are intended to simply supply helpful and beneficial resources for your monitoring work […]

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