Sunday May 19, 2013
Trying to keep your kids away from inappropriate Internet sites seems near impossible. If you block it on their computer, then they'll just hop on their game console and get to it from there.
What if you could block a site so it was blocked no matter what device or game console they tried to access it from? That's exactly the topic of this week's featured article: Internet Parental Controls Start at the Router. We'll show you the steps needed to block a site across multiple devices by implementing a single rule on your network router.
Have you found any other effective Internet parental controls (besides unplugging your router)? Let us know in the comments section below:
Sunday May 12, 2013
Do you feel like Google has too much information about you in its massive databases? Wouldn't it be nice if you could shut your virtual blinds and hide from Google?
In this week's featured article: How to Hide From Google, we'll look at some tips for learning what Google knows about you and we'll show you how you can limit what information is shared with others.
What's your biggest privacy-related fear when it comes to Google? Let us know in the comments section below.
Tuesday April 30, 2013
Do you ever feel like you wish you could use Harry Potter's cloak of invisibility while you're online?
Whether it's Spammers, hackers, or scammers that you are trying to avoid, in this week's featured article:Â 5 Ways to Stealth Yourself Online, we'll help you in your quest to try and drop off the Internet radar screen for awhile.
Have you ever felt the need to stealth yourself? Let us know your reasons in the comments section:
Tuesday April 30, 2013
Do you worry about where your kids are and what they're doing when you're not around? Every parent does. GPS-enabled smartphone technology has come a long way over the past few years and now your child's worst parental control-related nightmare has been realized? Welcome to the wonderful world of Geofences.
In this week's featured article, Keeping Track of Your Kids With Geofences, we'll explain what a Geofence is and show you how you can set up your own virtual Geofence boundaries on a map and receive notifications on your phone when your child enters or leaves those boundaries.
Do you think Geofencing your kids will do more harm than good or do you think they will help keep your kids a little safer? Let us know in the comments section below: