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Tide Pod Challenge: Is P&G’s Brand in Danger?

Titania Jordan, Chief Parenting Officer of, discusses the recent Tide Pod Challenge and shares that while Tide should look to reformulate their product, as it may look like candy to small children, children/teens participating in the challenge most likely know the difference and should not be participating. 

FOX BUSINESS | January 19, 2018

Apple Urged to Take Action on Smartphone Addiction

Tech expert and Bark CPO, Titania Jordan, provides 5 tips to keep your child from becoming addicted to technology.

CNBC | January 8, 2018

How Much Digital Privacy Should You Give Your Kids?

It seems as though nearly every week a new study is published that contradicts the last one about how much screen time kids should—and shouldn’t—be allowed. But assuming you’ve decided to take the plunge and buy your child a phone, tablet or computer, the hard choices aren’t over—in fact, they’ve just started. Now, you’ll have to figure out just how much digital privacy to allow them.“You have instincts, and they’re there for a reason,” says Titania Jordan, chief parenting officer of Bark, a digital safety solution for parents.

LIFEHACKER | January 2, 2018

Decoding Kids’ Texts

Parents need to learn the code works that their kids are communicating with on their text messages and social media posts. CPO Titania discusses how Bark is used, noting that it uses algorithms that look at bullying, suicidal ideation, sexually related things and shares recommending next best steps with parents.

FOX 5 | January 1, 2018

Tips Before Giving Your Child A Smartphone This Holiday Season

Your kids have been begging for one, and now, you’ve finally decided it’s time for their first smartphone. That’s super exciting for them (and slightly terrifying for you). Since we can assume what’s coming once that connected device is activated and connected to wifi, here are a few tips to make the experience a more pleasant (and much safer) one for all involved.

TODAY | December 22, 2017