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Monthly Archives: August 2013

by on 08-26-2013

qustodio blog - tips for keeping kids safe on xbox liveMany parents have concerns about their children playing video games, and rightfully so. Often, moms and dads worry that their kids are spending too much time gaming, or they may fear that violent video… Read more


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by on 08-23-2013

qustodio blog - tinder: the worst app ever for teens and tweens?We’ve reviewed a lot of dangerous and frighteningly popular apps recently, but Tinder may be the absolute worst for tweens and teens. Simply Google “Tinder” or check out their Twitter profile and… Read more


by on 08-21-2013

qustodio blog - linkedin logoIn a blog post published Monday, LinkedIn announced that it will be opening its virtual doors and rolling out the red carpet for high school students as young as 13 beginning September 12th. The site, sometimes referred to as “Facebook for professionals,” is ushering young people… Read more


by on 08-20-2013

qustodio blog - kik logoCould your child be texting with strangers without you knowing about it? Unfortunately, if you haven’t yet taken the necessary precautions to block dangerous mesaging apps, the answer is “yes.” While there are dozens of apps available that provide a way for users to communicate with… Read more


by on 08-14-2013

qustodio blog - vine app logoWith new social networks, photo-sharing, and now video-sharing apps popping up all the time, it can be difficult for parents to keep up with which apps and platforms are safe for kids. Twitter’s new Vine app, which allows users to create and share looping… Read more


by on 08-12-2013

qustodio blog - is your kid password savvyOften, we make the mistake of thinking our kids are more tech-savvy than we are. While your child may be able to master the latest video game in one sitting or even learn to code, there are still some things… Read more


by on 08-02-2013

qustodio blog - junk food ads online target kidsMost parents are aware of the many dangers that pose a threat to their children online, including violent or sexually explicit content, predators, and cyberbullies to name a few. Not many parents stop to think about the negative… Read more


by on 08-01-2013

qustodio blog - digital tool and kid's writing skillsWe’ve all heard the claims that technology is dumbing down America’s children, but are they true? Does texting and online speak truly compromise our kids’ ability to communicate effectively in the “real world?” The answer, according to a… Read more