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Safeguarding our kids on the internet

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My oldest is now driving and so he is now using a cell phone. He requested we get him a phone without
data plan so that he would not be tempted to view anything inappropriate with it. While I respect and admire his honesty and dedication, we were unable to give him a data-less plan at this time. Cell phones provide an opportunity to sneak things best left alone. Did you know that Chrome has an incognito setting that allows all of your internet activity to avoid being logged in your history or cache? 

Just as we were discussing this quandary, iParent TV contacted me for a review and to offer a giveaway for my readers. I don't like to bombarde you with too many reviews, but this is one I am thankful to see and I hope it is of interest to you. Please know that I speak from experience when I say that you should be on top of this topic long before you think they are capable of being tempted. Do not tell yourself you have plenty of time to invest in safety measures for your internet access.

So there's my bit, here is what iParent TV would like for me to share with you :
(be sure to enter the giveaway at the end!)

iParent TV offered to host a giveaway for a one year subscription ($49) to to one of my readers. The subscription includes a password and login to the site and access to articles, news, and information on what’s new in the world of tech and how it affects your family. There will be ratings, rankings on which platforms are safe for kids and age ranges so you know if a site is safe for very young children.

What is iParent.TV?
If your kids are awake, they’re likely on a smartphone, in front of a smart tv, downloading apps, or posting to social networks. And it's likely you have no idea what they’re doing. iParent.TV will be a yearly, subscription-based website for teaching and informing parents on all things tech, mobile, devices, websites, and apps for kids so that you WILL know.

The Problem.
Many parents don't have an inside track to tech or social media dangers, let alone how to safeguard their kids against them.
  • 58% of 10-12 year old kids believe they know how to hide their online activities from their parents. 
  • 46% of them said they would change their online behavior if they knew their parents were paying attention. 
iParent.TV - keeping parents ahead of the tech curve.
We believe we have the opportunity to help parents understand, get involved and safeguard their children in the ever-evolving tech World. iParent.TV educates parents with all the latest trends via Websites - Social Media - Apps - Devices

The idea. 
It started with a group of dads who felt like their 9-year-olds knew more about tech than they did. They were right. But their idea will help change that forever for all parents. Once launched, iParent.TV will have 100s of videos and product reviews that are very current, cutting edge and trending, keeping parents who subscribe ahead of the tech curve. 

How it will work?
The iParent.TV website will be a subscription-based site costing $49 per year for parents to access all the videos, reviews, how-tos, and live chat support. It will be the largest site on the net helping parents understand what's safe and what’s not in the world of tech. - And we are offering it for only $29 on Indiegogo. What you get? Articles, videos, reviews, tips, tools and expert advice on EVERYTHING like… - Popular Apps - Social Network Sites - Major Websites - Top Devices To get started visit Indiegogo.

The giveaway begins Wednesday and ends Sunday night. Be sure to enter below!

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  1. I try to be aware of what my kids are doing online, but I've had a few unpleasant surprises, that's for sure. I would love to be able to keep ahead of them, especially with my little man coming up. My girls are naturally cautious, but he is... not.

  2. This is definitely something worth thinking about! Our kids are just starting to be allowed online a little bit, (our oldest is 9). They are only allowed on certain pages, like Always Ice Cream and Reading Eggs. The rule is that if they accidentally click off that page than they are supposed to let us know right away. At this point that works, but I know that as they get older they will be doing more research and other things online and I am going to have to learn more about what's out there.

  3. This sounds very educational. I try to keep up with learning about all the techy stuff available, but there is just so much out there. I am sure my family would benefit from being better informed.


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