Whenever Justin or I present to adult audiences, we are often asked to suggest parental monitoring software that moms and dads can install on their child’s devices to provide some sort of monitoring functionality. Some are interested in quickly being “in the know” if their son or daughter is being cyberbullied, so that they can help support and safeguard them in any way possible. Others are concerned that their teen might be having inappropriate conversations with an adult stranger, and seek to prevent physical victimization. Still other parents simply want to make sure that their kid is not looking at pornography – or, at least be in the know that it is happening so they can initiate some healthy conversations about it.
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