Youth are at risk from Texting While Driving, Online Predators and Gambling,CyberBullying and possible illegal sending of images Compulsive Cellphone Use and much more. These new issues force new methods for handling them. Anyone that needs to keep up with how kids, staff or lover are using their phones should know about available cell phone tracker software that is becoming extremely popular and can do much more than track the location of phones. Exciting new technological breakthroughs are prompting a vigorous discussion.
New cell phone monitoring software programs that incorporate client-side and web applications to capture SMS text messages, mobile phone GPS location, sent and received smartphone activity logs data and delivers it to a web personal account or forwards it to an email address.
The latest smartphones are the mobile phones with computer-like capabilities. Trade names like BlackBerry, iPhone, Windows Mobile, Android, Nokia Symbian ? all have spy phone software available. Spy Call and Call Intercept cell phone tapping needs the target phone uses a GSM network. About 3 million smartphones a month are sold in the US and Canada, and sales are approaching one hundred and fifty million delivered per year around the world.
Recent studies from The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy suggests that over 20% of teens (ages 13-19) and an incredible 33% of young adults (ages 20-26) have shared nude or semi-nude pictures of themselves either using mobile phone SMS text messages or by posting on the web. Teen girls are a little more likely to do this than boys and a very distressing 11% of the young teen girls (ages 13-16) admitted to sending suggestive photos of themselves.
According to a study from marketing research firm The Nielsen Company (blog.nielsen.com/nielsenwire/online_mobile/under-aged-texting-usage-and-actual-cost/) American youths send an unbelievable average of ten SMS texts per hour that they are not in school or sleeping ? and probably a lot during their classes too. Pew Research points out that sending provocative images happens usually under one of three specific scenarios: The first, involves exchanges of images solely between two romantic partners; the next, lists exchanges between partners that are then shared with other people; followed by, exchanges between people who are not yet in a relationship, but with one person hoping there will be one.