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de el 09-20-2012

Researching interesting facts on the Web or going online to get homework help is one thing, but when your child uses the computer to play video games for hours on end, there may be cause for concern. Not all video games are bad, of course; there are some educational computer games that can even teach your child a thing or… Lee más


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de el 09-07-2012

qustodio online privacyInevitably, the day will come when your child notices that you’ve been peering into his online life. All kids demand privacy at some point whether it’s in the form of a lock on his door or simply walking away when he gets a phone call. What should you do when your child’s… Lee más


de el 09-03-2012

We recently launched great new Qustodio features you will love! ### App Monitoring Qustodio now reports on app use on your child’s PC, this will help you monitor activities like chat software and videogames. ### Activity Timeline You can now monitor kids’ hour-by-hour activities in the family dashboard. It’s a great way to keep up on responsible PC use. ### Currently Online Your… Lee más


de el 08-30-2012

twitter safe for kidsAs you probably know, Twitter is a popular social media platform that allows users to share their thoughts, opinions, and links with the world via short messages consisting of 140 characters or less. Twitter is open to any individual age 13 or over, and according to the site, it’s a relatively… Lee más


de el 08-22-2012

When it comes to kids and computer usage, there are plenty of causes for concern. Will your child cross paths with the wrong person while surfing the net? Will too much time on the computer negatively affect your child's social development or verbal communication skills? What if your child sees something inappropriate online (intentionally or otherwise)? If… Lee más


de el 07-31-2012

qustodioDo you allow your child to spend hours on the computer each day? Perhaps you worry a bit that he’s in front of the screen too much, but reassure yourself that he’s learning skills that will prepare him for the high-tech work force of the future. Not so fast. While there may be some… Lee más


de el 07-25-2012

Walk through any suburban neighborhood after school hours, and you’re likely to see less children playing outside than you would have a decade ago, even if the weather is nice. Why? Because more and more kids are spending their free time in front of a computer screen rather than venturing outdoors. The culprit? Computer games. Some… Lee más


de el 06-25-2012

If the very thought of your high school student interacting on a social media network send chills up your spine, you’re not alone. Many parents fear unleashing their children into the virtual world, and for good reason. Stories of cyberbullying, online predators, and sexting abound, so it’s easy to simply take a no tolerance approach to… Lee más


de el 05-10-2012

It happens to the best of us. Despite our best efforts to monitor and instruct, sometimes our children still find ways to get themselves into trouble. When it comes to online activities, trouble mean a variety of different things such as viewing an inappropriate site, talking to a stranger, or posting offensive words or images on a social media site. Whatever the behavior, it’s important that you take steps to address it right away before it becomes a habitual or more serious problem. Here’s what you can do: ### Talk When you discover that your child has found trouble on the Web, the first thing to do is talk to him about his actions as well as the potential consequences of those actions. Try to be calm but firm, and let him know in no uncertain terms that his behavior was unacceptable. Go into detail about the dangers of using the Internet improperly, and make sure that he understands the seriousness of the situation. Lee más


de el 04-19-2012

As your child becomes a tween and eventually a teen, the question will inevitably arise: should you let your child join a social media network? If you listen to your child, of course, the answer will be a resounding “yes.” But, your maternal (or paternal) instinct may be telling you otherwise. After all, the… Lee más