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Mobile Safe Kids

April 15, 2013
Mobile Safe Kids

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The Problem

For the past year we have been trying to help our teenage daughter deal with her exposure to porn and resulting boy crazy behavior. She has engaged in sexting, self-abuse, sneaking to contact various “boyfriends”, and lying to her father and I about her involvement in these activities. We are honestly at a loss in what to do next. We have taken her phone, she has very limited access to the internet (too late obviously). She is repentant and terribly sorry and embarrassed; she loves the Lord and wants to choose the right way. She is too young to have so many regrets. We have failed her terribly and just do not know what to do. We are willing and ready to do whatever it takes.
— A Concerned Mother

A Solution

In the last Magazine, we featured an article about parents providing children with cell phones for safety, yet unknowingly putting children in harm’s way by not understanding risks associated with such communication devices. We introduced a solution to give parents the ability to make children’s communication devices safer while also gaining control and oversight.

Starting May 1, 2013, we will be providing this service, leveraging the latest web-based technologies to allow you complete control of everything going into and out of your child’s mobile device(s). The service allows parents to:

  • Manage up to 10 different Android devices, including phones & tablets.
  • Locate your child remotely using his/her phone’s GPS.
  • View calls and texting logs to make sure your kids are not talking to an unknown person.
  • Restrict Internet surfing to only approved sites.

The service will also be enhanced over time to include features like:

  • 24-hour tracking—view a log showing where your child has been over a specified time frame.
  • Geo-fencing—set rules based on geography. For example, if a child should be in school between 8 am and 4 pm and he/she leaves the designated location, you will be notified via text message and email.
  • Content filtering—parents can restrict specific content across the Web in addition to specific sites.
  • Support for more mobile platforms, including Apple iOS (iPad/iPhone).

In May the service will be made available FREE for 30 days with a simple download. The cost after the trial is $49.95 per year, covering up to 10 phones or tablets per family. You pick the 10 devices you want to protect. For additional information or to get your free trial, contact us.

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3 comments on “Mobile Safe Kids”

  1. Cell phones are probably harmful from a health standpoint. They emit microwave radiation and electromagnetic fields. There is plenty of reason to avoid giving cell phones to children on these grounds alone (unless you enjoy the thought of making your child a guinea pig.)