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Feb 24, 2017
We’ve had an exciting week with LOTS of love for Net Nanny. Take a look at some of our best mentions from across the web.
Net Nanny Is In The News
Can Parental Spyware Keeps Kids Safe Online
Our very own Chris Rothey, president of Net Nanny, was interviewed for The Christian Science Monitor about Parental Control Software. Read what he had to say below:
"In real life, you are going to be very aware of the types of friends that your child is hanging out with. That becomes far more complicated as those social interactions move online and there have been too many cases where dangerous or even deadly things have happened due to liaisons that were created online,” says Chris Rothey, president of Net Nanny, a firm that sells parental control and web-block software.
"As a parent, you have to find that delicate balance between how much you want to be aware and how much you are going to trust your child who frankly isn't fully equipped to make the best decisions," he says.
The firm’s software can inform parents about who their kids are friending on Facebook and other social sites, as well as selectively notify them about conversations, say if a teenager starts communicating with words indicative of overt sexual behavior.
"Any time the software takes action, it tells the child what it did and why it did it," Rothey said.
What I wish parents knew about cyber safety
Internet safety is a chief concern not just for parents and caregivers, but also for schools. We were recently mentioned in an article from Australia’s Sunshine Coast Daily, where Suncoast Christian College principal, Greg Mattiske, outlined his top tips for parents regarding digital safety.
3 Apps To Monitor Your Teen's Phone
Monitoring your child’s activity online is paramount in keeping them safe. Parental control software can easily help you manage this while filtering out bad content as well.
5 Ways to Make Your Home Office Child-Friendly
Keeping your office organized isn’t the only struggle when working from home. Make sure to keep kids safe by utilizing parental control software to keep out unwanted websites or salacious content.
10 Tips for Keeping Your Kids Safe Online
Teaching the next generation of internet users good manners is important. And, while there are dangers, you can learn how to keep your family safe when surfing the web.
New phone apps allow parents to monitor children's phone activity
Kids are always on their phones, tablets or computers. With so much online activity in the palms of their hands, parental control software is the easiest way to manage the content they’re allowed to see.