This month’s article is about one of the most difficult online experiences for parents to control – YouTube. The author starts with a bold statement: Most kids spend far too many hours watching videos, particularly on YouTube. With that in mind, I’m asking you to say NO more often than you say YES, when it…
Instagram has recently gained much popularity, even among our young people.
This app allows the user to take a quick picture or video to share a moment of someone’s life. The file can then be shared privately or publicly on the app, as well as through a variety of other social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.
Methods of communication are rapidly changing and parents should communicate the risk of sending pictures to others….especially when the recipient is unknown to the sender.
We raise an alarm about the use of the Instagram app by anyone and strongly advise not to begin! This app even allows the user to access open internet without any limits.