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Kelly Newcom

Part III: Parental Controls for iPhone, iPad, and iPod

Apple products have fantastic parental restrictions built into the operating system. These restrictions are the same across all generations and regardless of which iOS version is running. Privacy Parental Controls is Part III in setting up password-protected parental Restrictions. If you haven’t already completed the Part I: Basic Restrictions and

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Kelly Newcom

Part II: Parental Controls for iPhone, iPad, and iPod

Apple products have fantastic parental restrictions built into the operating system. These restrictions are the same across all generations and regardless of which iOS version is running. Content Filter Parental Controls is Part II of setting up your password-protected parental Restrictions on an iPhone. You should have already completed Part

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Kelly Newcom

Part I: Parental Controls for iPhone, iPad, and iPod

Apple products have fantastic parental restrictions built into the operating system. These restrictions are the same across all generations and regardless of which iOS version is running. Basic Parental Controls  is Part I and where to begin activating the password-protected Restrictions on an iPhone. Once these are set you can

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Kelly Newcom

Windows Family Safety Parental Controls

If you use Windows PC in your home, Family Safety settings are essential for children’s accounts. They are easy to set up once you’ve created an account for each child who will use the PC. Finding the Family Safety in Windows is the only tricky part. Step 1: Tap the

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Kelly Newcom

MAC Computer Parental Controls

Similar to Apple iPhones, Mac computers offer fantastic parental controls to protect your child’s internet and computer usage. Step 1: Go to System Preferences, which looks just like the Settings function on an iPhone. Step 2: Create separate user accounts for each child. Select Users & Groups. Step 3: Unlock

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Kelly Newcom

ANDROID Phone and Tablet Parental Controls

Android devices pose a unique challenge to parents who want to protect their children from inappropriate content and apps. There are very limited restrictions built into the device. Their open app environment, variations in each version, and ease of customization make it very difficult to effectively protect children. There are

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Kelly Newcom

What Every Parent Needs to Know About Facebook’s MESSENGER KIDS

It’s widely known that tweens and teens aren’t on Facebook any more now that Great Grandma has a profile. From a business point of view, Facebook wants their share of the younger market back. Apparently owning Instagram and mimicking the features of Snapchat isn’t enough. Facebook has now introduced Messenger

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Chelsea Hezel

Outsourcing Your Role as a Parent

“Honestly, I don’t know what I would do.” This was an honest confession from my neighbor about kids and screens. She and I were sitting on my front porch in the sweltering Texas heat. Jeanne is wise in her years, especially after raising 4 children as a single mother. But,

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