Cyberbullying is bullying that kids encounter on the internet via their smartphone, PC or other device after accessing social media, websites, etc.).
Sexting is exchanging text messages with an open sex or porn context (including sending pictures with naked body parts, videos, etc.)
An online predator is a pedophile who hides behind teenage profiles to “befriend” and abuse children on the Internet.
1 in 10 kids attempt suicide after being cyberbullied
1 out of 7 children receives unwanted sexual solicitations on the Internet by online predators.
3 out of 10 teens who sexted online fall under the risk of being registered as sexual offenders for 20 years.
Stay informed about all chat communications taking place via social network apps on your child’s device
Track location and set virtual fences like “home”, “school” and get alerted once your child enters or leaves these zones
Get the chronological log of all incoming and outgoing calls on your child’s device
View all photos/videos on your child’s device
View any text message sent or received by your child’s device
View what sites and social networking platforms your kid visits