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Tag: "cell phone safety"

Is Safe Mobile Browsing for Kids Possible? What Parents Need To Know

Is Safe Mobile Browsing for Kids Possible? What Parents Need To Know

| January 25, 2011 | Comments (0)

A couple of months ago, I put together a post that showed parents how to set the parental controls on their child’s iPod Touch. I had just recently bought one for my son, so I decided to dig into the safety features and then share my experience with parents. The steps were simple enough to […]

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Cell Phone Software That Protects Your Kids on the Road and At School

Cell Phone Software That Protects Your Kids on the Road and At School

| August 18, 2010 | Comments (2)

Protecting our kids can be a full-time job.  And though parenting methods are much different today than they were 20 or 30 years ago when instant-access technology wasn’t so abundant, parents still have plenty of obstacles to face.  On one hand, you have the computer; and though it can be tough, there are plenty of […]

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Sexting – The Slippery Slope

Sexting – The Slippery Slope

| August 17, 2010 | Comments (0)

How slippery?  Slippery enough that lawmakers from all over the country are unsure about what kind of laws they should have to govern sexting.  Some states label it as illegal and even put it in the same category as child pornography (20 states); while other states feel that the punishment shouldn’t be nearly as harsh.  […]

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IROC – Educating and Preparing Families in a Digital World

IROC – Educating and Preparing Families in a Digital World

| July 1, 2010 | Comments (1)

Richard Guerry is a dad, leader, educator, and more importantly, a catalyst for change.  Richard is a man who I am so inspired by. In addition to being the Executive Director of The Institute for Responsible Online and Cell-phone Communication (IROC), Richard is the visionary behind the Institute’s life-saving precept of 21st century digital safety, […]

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