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Friday, April 18, 2014

Protecting Your Loved Ones

The internet and other forms of social media have built bridges all over the world.  Technology has spread to even the most remote parts of the world, which allows people to connect and experience things they otherwise would not have had the chance to do.  The downside to this bridging is that it opens up your home to criminals from all over the world.  Your home is supposed to be your safe haven from the world outside but the internet has changed all of that.

Teens are often the target of a multitude of scams because they strive for independence but lack the wisdom to make safe and responsible decisions.  As parents, we want to watch over their shoulder as much as possible but it just isn't practical.  We want to trust our kids and give them a little latitude to make decisions but at the same time, we worry.  A key logger is a great way to keep an eye on them without them even knowing that you're watching.  You can monitor everything they do on the computer and they feel as though they have established some independence.

Even if they try to avoid your prying eyes, you can utilize a capture password device that will let you see what they really don't want you to see.You can even monitor their whereabouts when they are away from home with a teen driving tracking device installed in your car.  You can know in an instant exactly where to find your kid.  This is a big help to law enforcement personnel in the event you ever need to call on them for assistance.

The world is a big place, especially for a teen.  Help them out a bit and get some peace of mind at the same time.

1 comment:

  1. I am glad my son has made it to adulthood because it can be scary. Nice photo.

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