by Aigerim Berzinya - Jun 27, 2018
Do you think child GPS tracking safeguards against kidnapping risks or losing your child in public areas? Do modern moms know about advantages and disadvantages of kid-friendly GPS apps? This survey helps you find answers to some of your questions.
by Aigerim Berzinya - Jun 18, 2018
Children are perfect consumers, because they do not think about product usefulness or limited funds. Targeted advertising is a prior goal in marketing and it puts our beloved ones in danger. This is our responsibility to educate children how to survive online and use the Internet safely.
by Aigerim Berzinya - Jan 02, 2018
Every parent’s primary concern is their children's safety. Location sharing apps are one of the perfect ways to look out for kids and to help keep them secure at all times. This can work in many different occasions and is much better than calling your children, with all of their friends knowing they are talking to parents, especially if you have teenagers.
by Aigerim Berzinya - Oct 26, 2017
Family location sharing is a great way to keep your children safe and to make parents more aware of their children’s whereabouts. But, what should a quality family location sharing app offer to users? How can you pick an app that’s perfect for your needs, and if you are new to the location sharing space, how can you pick up an app excellent for you?
by Thomas Walk - Apr 12, 2017
There are some very good reasons to keep smartphones, tablets, and computers out of the hands of young children during the crucial stages of their development. Smartphones can warp the social development of a child at its most crucial stage. Security concerns, privacy issues and cyberbullying are ugly realities that a child is hard pressed to deal with.
by Stephen Schroeder - Mar 02, 2017
In Japan, children are encouraged and taught to be independent at a very young age. Many Japanese children, as early as seven years old, go to school by themselves, negotiating the morning rush hour crowd and navigating the notoriously hyper-complex world of Japanese subway systems. In the process...
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Privacy & Security | by Aigerim Berzinya - Apr 05, 2020
Some governments are trying to increase surveillance of their citizens during the coronavirus pandemic. Other governments will try to banish encryption under the same pretense. Is this moral? More importantly, is this something we are ready to lose permanently when the pandemic ends?
Privacy & Security | by Aigerim Berzinya - Mar 05, 2020
After December 31, 2020, the UK will formally no longer be part of the EU. Brexit will have lasting consequences on many areas. The area we’re concerned the most is the (online) privacy of UK citizens.
Privacy & Security | by Aigerim Berzinya - Feb 05, 2020
Being secure online can be hard, especially if you’re using a multitude of devices and services. But today it is more important than ever to have your data secure since any individual can be targeted with malware, phishing scams, hacking attacks, and other forms of cyber-attacks.
Privacy & Security | by Aigerim Berzinya - Dec 13, 2019
Many Strava users were shocked by receiving an email from a Strava "lonely beautiful girl". What?