During the time your child is living in your home, they will likely receive an explicit message. Do they know what to do when it happens?
We are excited to announce that we will be launching the Digital Parenting Podcast on Monday, July 9th. Each week we’ll bring together interviews with experts in this field, content from our live events, resources for parents, and news that you need to know. We believe that this is a critical resource for parents, so we encourage you to subscribe today so you can be ready when we launch.
In this episode we explore what you should do if you think your child is addicted to their device or social media and we also have a special announcement for all of the DigitalParenting.com viewers.
Let’s be honest, parents are less concerned about porn these days than they were a few years ago. Topics like addiction and cyberbullying get more attention. However, data continues to show us that pornography has some of the worst potential effects of any digital habit.
Today at Apple’s annual developer conference, Apple announced new parental control features for its operating system on iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches. This functionality is a huge improvement over many third-party parental control experiences for iOS.
In this episode of Digital Parenting Live, we answer a viewer’s question on how to undo past parenting mistakes with technology.
Most parents would be surprised to find out how School Resource Officers (SRO’s) spend most of their time. As a part of our Digital Parenting Foundations event, we interviewed a local school resource officer, Officer Raul Cruz from the Cleveland Police Department to see how the job has changed due to technology.
Sometimes the technology that we love has downsides we may not have predicted. A collection of recent studies have shown that online dating lowers self-esteem and also increases depression. Unfortunately, this is also paired with a surge of popularity in online dating.
In this episode of Digital Parenting Live, we answer a viewer’s question about recent news that Snapchat is going to be showing kids porn through a new channel, “Cosmo After Dark”.
Snapchat recently announced a partnership with Cosmopolitan which will include a new channel, “Cosmo After Dark”. This channel which will be available on Friday nights after 6pm. While this channel isn’t pornography in the strictest sense, it is overtly lewd and sexual in nature.