Snapchat — a temporary photo sharing platform that sends 200 million messages per day — introduced SnapKidz, a feature that attempts to prevent children from sending photos to friends. It could work, but it's easy to get around.
The 'ultramobile' is replacing desktops. We're turning a new corner on the highway of parenting kids surrounded by technology. It's an increasingly individual experience in constant flux. What worked today may not work tomorrow. Be ready.
Social media monitoring for your kids is becoming easier, thanks to new child-tracking apps for parents. Striking a balance between trusting and protecting your child's online activity may not be so easy.
Instagram is the No. 1 photo site among 12-to-17-year-olds, according to Nielsen. Parents can have fun with the app that blends photography and social networking.
Facebook is already used by millions of kids under 13 who lie about their ages to gain access. It makes sense that the social media network design specific guidelines for them, including parental permission.
Facebook is building technology that would allow users under the age of 13 to access the social network, according to a new report.