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Report: What does a Parental Control App do? Department: Parents Advise Nature: Phone, Consoles, Computer
What does a Parental Control App do?
Modern parental control is quite sophisticated with some emphasising 'ease of use' which suits modern parents. Much of the latest anti-virus and malware software includes these parental control and parental 'peace of mind' option such as F Secure SAFE. You will want parental control software that allows for features such as below. And remember in the case of Phone control remember the online family protection is both home WiFi and Data plan-friendly when you are 'out and about'.
Why would you want to control kids access and limit their time online and protect them, here's some reasons.
THE FACTS ARE FRIGHTENING!
As well as engaging with your child to educate and guide them through a safe digital life - at you fully understand the latest developments - it makes good sense to take advantage of the filters and controls which you can use to reduce the chance that they will come across inappropriate or offensive content.
This video shows how easy it is to control browsing for kids, content blocking and full anti-virus control.
As well as engaging with your child to educate and guide them through a safe digital life - you ought to fully understand the latest developments - it makes good sense to take advantage of the filters and controls which you can use to reduce the chance that they will come across inappropriate or offensive content. Something the video above demonstrates.
Do remember, however, that parental control tools are just there to help, and are not a fail-safe answer. Nor are they an online 'babysitter' ... you still need to know what your child is doing online.
Here are the different types of precautions you can put in place:
Parental Controls on Your Computer or Mobile Device
Many phones have standard parental control and content blocking control tools however many people find it easier to install 'off the shelf' anti-virus software which includes a full suite of parental control limits and controls.
Parental Control Software to Buy or Download
There is a large number of different brands and types of parental control software available for both computers and mobile devices. Typically, they enable you to filter out inappropriate content such as pornographic and violent material, reducing the chances of your child being exposed to it. Some allow you to set different profiles for if you have children of different ages who will be accessing the computer or other device.
Sometimes, these filters can over or under-block, so your child may not be able to access some perfectly innocent sites, or may sometimes be able to view pages that are inappropriate for their age. Most will let you block or unblock particular sites to give you more control. Some parental control software lets you monitor your child's online activity, so you can see which websites they have been viewing and how long they were online for. Some even provides you with reports on your child's social networking activity.
Some programs enable you to set time limits to your child's online activities - restricting access to the internet, or to certain websites at certain times of the day. So you could block social networking or entertainment sites when your child is meant to be doing his or her homework.
Download updates when provided
You can access the software via login at any time to modify the filters and blocked or unblocked sites, as your child gets older. And as with all software, it is very important to perform updates when notified.
Beware of the gaming consoles
Other internet-connected devices such as games consoles normally feature parental control software that as a parent, you can set up and use.
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Naturally parents want the best for their kids And as such the internet presents new challenges to parents. We have to embrace and protect in equal measure. Features such as ‘find my teenager/kid/phone’ & ‘safe browsing’ are part of that.
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No different to being a parent any other day of the week. The Digital age requires training and learning just as toddlers have to be taught how to cross the road.
Kids love technology, why wouldn’t they? They will most likely learn everything faster than you learn from them and about them. Talk about what they see and enjoy the experience together.
Once you show them and discuss the rules, let them get on with it. Kids hate being watched. SAFE does not allow you to spy on them either.
Always stay in touch, the internet and its surprises are not going away. If you are open and active your children will share their experience good and bad with you. Which is great.
Please keep talking to your kids, explain it carefully and clearly. You can’t be there all the time, help them to make the right decisions while you are not there. SAFE will help you.
Children are more likely to follow rules right in front of them and clearly explained. Write them down.
A yellow card offense means one more chance for one day suspension. Red card is a one or two day suspension. No internet, no devices, no phones. Amend and change to suit circumstance.
Being a parent isn’t easy but you need to stick with it. Guide your children and agree opun some rules for their digital health.
Keep them safe. Show them how to enjoy, be creative, social, explore the world and the web.
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Toddlers & kids are going to pick up one of your devices. We can't stop it so we need to embrace it and set some guidelines to help them along the way.
Read on for some great pointers, you might see something you hadn't thought about.
Create a separate kids folder for games on the Phone
No internet games just downloaded games.
Under 6 Guide's
When you download a new App - Check the App doesn’t seek to use your contacts or data. This data is re sold for profit including your mums e-mail address & phone number.
Teach them to respect your phone, absolutely no downloads to be made without your consent. Here's our Being a digital parent page
PEOPLE ASK - CAN I CONTROL?
The Apps they use
When they go online.
What they see.
How long per day they can spend online.
Who they talk to.
How they search and Browse.
Yes, you can...
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Call the Police To report a cybercrime iplease contact your local police service.
If you have been the victim of cybercrime, contact Action Fraud.
Regional Organised Crime Units (ROCUs)
Other Supporting Forces
Same as UK, Contact the Garda in the normal way.
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Do not dilly dally, if your child is being hurt online, report it.
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