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I am good with my kids when it comes to them using the computer and electronics in general. Up until recently they have only known to use Netflix and YouTube and I had the kids settings on them both.
I don’t want my kids stumbling upon something by accident while searching for something else. Their spelling still leaves much to be desired so I can only assume that Google will give them all of the possibilities.
I need to know what my kids are watching when I can’t watch them. I need to know that they are safe and sound and especially when they are trying to step outside the boundaries.
Net Nanny is the #1 rated Parental Control software. It protects not only your children but your whole family. I had my account set up, program downloaded on my computer and both the kids preferences done in 10 minutes. 10 minutes was all it took to give me peace of mind.
- A software bundle to help families protect Android and iOS platforms on all devices in the home.
- Devices are managed from one web page
- Comes with one free, one-year license of Net Nanny Social, which lets parents monitor their children’s friends, pictures and posts on social networks including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr, Google+, and LinkedIn
- Cost effective: 10-licenses for $79.99 or 15-licenses for $99.99; http://www.netnanny.com/products/family-protection-pass
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My choices were to block porn, suicide, guns, mature and some others. If my kids ever had questions about these topics I would want them to hear the answer from me and not some unidentified website.
This is a great tool for all parents who are looking to protect their kids.