The SecureKids service consists of a large number of functionalities that make it a useful service for parents who want to avoid their children having problems with new technologies. With this service you can avoid excessive use of devices or access to inappropriate content that can be accessed without a tool like this.
Nowadays, we can see how often in the networks there are challenges that become viral.
Sometimes they are for good cause like the “Ice Bucket Challenge” where you had to throw buckets of ice water to raise awareness about the ELA. But these challenges do not remain here, there are also other ones that can lead to serious injuries.
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Cybersecurity video games is not a game. Like other electronic devices, they run the same risk of a cyber attack, since most of them works connected to the Internet. Therefore, they require the same level of security and caution.
Some Android devices have a feature which allows to add new users on the same device. Using this feature, someone who is not the smartphone owner can use it in a quick way without having to make major changes on the device.
Today we talk about Cyberbullying, a danger or threat unknown to some parents that children tend to suffer more and more nowadays. Cyberbullying is increasing due to new technologies and how children use it with no control.
A parental control is essential in today’s society with all the devices minors have at their reach.
The fact minors get devices at an earlier age makes this type of services more than necessary.
Parental controls are not only for mobile devices, but also for computers. Minors also use PCs very often and they can be affected by problems such as viruses or spam. Threats which minors can’t solve without their parents’ assistance.
Smartphones, as well as many other devices, are already fully in the daily lives of people of all ages. They are very useful tools for many things, but they can also become very dangerous if they are not used properly.
How to block a phone number? is a question that many parents ask. And who would not? We have all received unwanted calls, from unknown numbers, from the tireless companies that pretend to sell us their telephony packages at an incredibly low price (or so they say), or even hidden numbers that we do not know what they want.