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For their kids Kate -- the foxbusiness.com.
-- took a look at some of the monitoring that's going on sometimes the kids there's only a seven years old and they don't know that that -- Actually going after what they're doing on mine and monitoring and surveilling and then you know -- days you really have -- -- about.
Exactly so let's say you want to know what your child like -- book or even wanna know if -- -- getting to school on time.
These programs in different software surveillance programs that we have here can do that your kids some without -- -- And experts say that this isn't here to consider doing when their child originally gets a Smartphone iPad or -- That's around seven -- today kids are getting them younger and younger it's a good way for parents to keep and I am what they're doing but also of course -- -- -- it.
Addictive and invasive belittled and and it changes and you're still a child to have them tell your parents what you do and don't be accountable for everything that was pursuing your night and these programs make you accountable tell us about some after the first finally -- -- social -- this -- -- an alert parents that -- suspicious friends that their child making online messages that they're chatting back and -- On Twitter FaceBook Google+ -- beat anyone still using anymore.
And it's free but it does require parents have access to their child lock in and passport to set it to your kid would know that you're monitoring them on now.
Okay and they're looking at keywords in terms of language that's -- yet is how today knowing that.
-- then -- friends that the ticket is talking to his.
-- -- efforts to block that's exactly so parents can set certain work -- -- interns they don't want their kids chatting about and will get a message.
Drugs drinking things like that not to get real time alerts and what -- chatting about.
Other day I write a good want to look at -- -- called seeking wet so this is kind of anti.
-- spying on you.
With without you -- because what -- -- is.
It couldn't prevent it -- everything that their child putting out on -- here and a Democrat publicly so if your child that they have a privacy here.
-- FaceBook Twitter MySpace profile.
Make your parents and see everything you're out there and then.
This is really thing you present your child and say hey this is what everyone can see about you out on the Internet -- should change up some of your privacy set up.
Sitting you know the -- knows about that one as well.
While they may not know about it originally when -- that are out there searching on -- but then when you present -- report -- -- obviously it would.
Good -- do kids as -- seminary.
No -- yet they may not care they mean not now when I was researching this month.
What I thought of kids going for their first job and internship they may not realize some of the silly things that they're putting out there could really hurt them -- future that's the problem I have so many friends that preteen and teenage.
Sons and daughters but it's a little worse for the daughters because they like to put pictures on -- -- -- -- -- and -- -- out -- behind closed but he's -- their -- some of the poses a little bit risque little lines of being inappropriate and -- when asked about real life that but the dad especially in the moms are saying.
You know -- now you're just eleven but now back.
And that you might not realize when it's time to get that first job that we did back -- twelve.
Civilians out -- on -- Internet.
What other programs that do another one called I found out this one's really attacked you can actually -- it's your child.
So it if they say.
My -- let's be at school.
At this address from this time -- this time.
Now they'll actually -- after you antigen email yours he gets school talent they have they attacked itself on yourself exactly and then if you're not there or you wander out of your secure location here remind me of the electric collars that -- put on don't like those invisible fences that's pretty much -- this is like.
And this cost four dollars per child per year.
And it will attend an alert if your kid is not in the areas exposed to be accurate at times when.
Exactly and then -- it was called -- talented -- know about that -- yes they do you know about that -- -- he's -- an -- on your phone.
But once once the software is installed on your -- the parent can just set up.
You're geo fence that you may not know that your mom or dad wants you in this location at this time but -- -- -- -- -- What out companies that are helping kids get around all of these.
In that way yes I can you imagine it past is special you wanna like surprise mom -- -- Mother's Day again.
An active goes somewhere -- buying -- you may wander out of that security and right.
Woman there's one more that's.
Really into thinking this is for the super stealth bomber -- web watcher this is a 170 dollars.
Your kid never -- you install it.
It -- all of their keystrokes take screen shots of every site that they visit every message that they're sending to their friends on line.
And it also will alert you again of certain.
Terms or words that your kid maybe using that you would flag is no danger -- but again drugs drinking partying -- and then finally can timely.
Certain visits to web sites like face.
You know just shut it down I'm on -- -- on their laptop.
-- -- You know everyone watching right now -- Please let us know what you think about all this software and easy they're using their Saturday's south where it's it's not say it makes sense it's a little extreme but you know if you if you have a bad -- Oh yeah heats -- like this and if you want -- make tree don't have that actually might need this market -- thank you so much thank you.
All right -- quickly get to some -- now isn't anyone listening maybe parents should be granted access to the NSA database to.
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