Parental Controls

Google’s Family Link App for IOS and Android

Internet Safety Parental Controls for Android and IOS using Google's Family Link App Internet Safety for Kids

Parental Controls for Android and IOS using Google’s Family Link App

.     Parental Controls are essential. The days of handing a child an unrestricted, unsupervised or unmonitored device, are well and truly in the past. We have literally met thousands of young children who have, and still are, being negatively impacted by their exposure to unsuitable content online. While devices have been designed for… Continue reading Parental Controls for Android and IOS using Google’s Family Link App

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A Christmas Message from @COTDAge

A Christmas Message Since founding Children of the Digital Age, a company with the sole purpose of protecting children online. I have dedicated a very large piece of myself, to identifing the many dangers faced by children and adults in an online enviornment. Then developing ways to protect against it, and bringing this knowledge to… Continue reading A Christmas Message from @COTDAge

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As fatal casualties of Cyberbullying increase, what can parents do to protect their children?

A 13 year old Scottish school boy, Ben McKenzie took his own life as a result of being bullied online it was reported this week. MP Paul Masterson described the young man’s experience online, as a campaign of cruel online abuse. On the 1st of October 2018, Ben was found dead at home, a victim and one of growing number of young people who have suffered as a direct result of their interactions with others online.Parents are left with the question, what can they do?

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WhatsApp identified as a source of Cyberbullying. Parents can monitor their children’s accounts

Recently WhatsApp was identified as a platform children use, both directly and indirectly to cyberbully other children. The results of the survey of 2000 parents, carried out by Internet Matters a UK based online child safety organisation, revealed 8 out of every 10 parents expressed concern regarding closed messaging groups. These group chats are sometimes used to share images, or content about others. Many parents may not be aware you can link a WhatsApp mobile account to a PC