Sharonto Posted June 16, 2014 Share Posted June 16, 2014 As summer approaches, I have read a piece of news that Connecticut Better Business Bureau urges parents to thoroughly prepare their children before allowing them to spend time unsupervised on the Internet. I really get a big headache about this. As busy working parents, we have little time to stay around my kid while he is surfing the Internet. He especially likes to make friends in the social networks. I am so worried that he might be instigated to do something illegal that I wanna put parental monitoring software on his iPhone to monitor all his activities. I don't mean to pry into his privacy. Should I tell my child that I will install parental monitoring software on his iPhone? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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