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How to manage your child’s social media privacy – whatsapp

Whatsapp is a free, messenger app for smartphones. WhatsApp uses the internet to send messages, images, audio or videos, so Whatsapp is significantly cheaper than texting. The app can also be used on a desktop. It is popular with teenagers because of features like voice and video call, location sharing, group chatting, and voice messaging. The app forces users to add friends (your teen) through their phone number. They can also easily be added to group chats without consent. This means that people they do not know (Friends of friends) would have access to their phone number and consequently them. This is why you must protect your child’s Instagram account. Wanna know how? here are 3 simple steps : STEP […]

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Your Social Media Posts Help Predators Find Your Kids

Ever wondered how paedophiles find kids online? It’s not some obscure and intricately designed approach, instead, it’s as simple as the pictures we, their parents, post.   We all have that pic, the super-cute one of our kids in the bath, or at the beach? The one that just makes you aww with cuteness overload?   We want all our friends to see them, so we post them on Instagram or Facebook. #BikiniKids #CutenessOverload #Bathtime #NakedToddler. What we don’t realise is, it’s not just our friends who’ll be able to view them.   All predators have do is search the commonly used hashtags that parents deemed harmless and boom, lots of free images of half-naked kids to download and exploit. […]

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4 Insidious Ways Snapchat Gives your teen FOMO Anxiety

If you have been under a tunnel for the past five years and still don’t know the app, Snapchat is an instant messaging, and multimedia mobile app that allows users to interact using temporary images, videos or private messages, otherwise known as “snaps”. It also enables its users to compile snaps into a chronological storyline that all of their friends can view. The app refers to these creations as “Snap Stories”.   You can spot the Snapchat app on your child’s phone by its signature white ghost logo on a yellow background, which is an adequate representation of the disappearing messages and posts.   Because it is one of the world’s most popular smartphone apps among teens, it often leaves […]

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How to manage your child’s social media privacy – whatsapp

Whatsapp is a free, messenger app for smartphones. WhatsApp uses the internet to send messages, images, audio or videos, so […]

Your Social Media Posts Help Predators Find Your Kids

Ever wondered how paedophiles find kids online? It’s not some obscure and intricately designed approach, instead, it’s as simple as […]

4 Insidious Ways Snapchat Gives your teen FOMO Anxiety

If you have been under a tunnel for the past five years and still don’t know the app, Snapchat is […]