Net Nanny in the News

Dec 11, 2016

Net Nanny has been featured on many popular news outlets this week.

Washington Post highlighted Net Nany in their article How to protect kids online: Apps and tactics used by experts – and real parents. Washington post article identifies that parents are experiencing an entirely new set of parenting responsibilities: for millions of families, the challenges are many, and growing. Among the parent and expert tips, Net Nanny Chief Product Officer, Clayton Ostler explains the importance of setting up ground rules to make digital parenting easier.

Fox Wilmington TV news included a segment on keeping your children safe: Apps and tips to monitor Internet activity also featured Net Nanny. Lt. Jerry Brewer with the New Hanover County Sheriff’s office was interviewed about online predators and how Net Nanny filtering technology stands out among the rest. Lt. Brewer also mentions the Today Show segment, Three Phone Apps That Can Help You Monitor Your Teen's Activities Online.

In addition, Net Nanny was also included on WDAM TV news segment on public school district officials warn of dangerous social media apps. Jason Smith with the Hattiesburg Public School District said there are a number of apps out there now that parents should be aware of. “Apps like Kik, Snapchat, Omegle and Chat Roulette,” explained Smith. Smith also identified a few apps like Net Nanny that allow parents to monitor and even block the certain websites that contain pornography or nudity. “One thing parents can do is set up a monitoring system that approves the apps that are coming on their child’s phone,” said Smith.