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Fortnite Stirs Up Controversy And Concern For Parents

Titania Jordan, Bark’s Chief Parent Officer, discusses how Fortnite can be made safer for children, what to discuss before letting your child play the game, and making sure your child understands what information they should never share online or on video game devices.


Number 1 App for Parental Controls for 2018

Bark is honored to be named the number 1 app for parental controls for 2018 by the Consumers Advocate. “Bark offers one of the most comprehensive monitoring packages in the parental control app landscape, and does so at a very reasonable price.” High praise indeed!


Digital Parenting: Surveillance or Safety?

A new app Bark aims to keep kids safe by alerting parents to potentially dangerous content sent through social media accounts, email, and texts.

VALLEY NEWS LIVE | June 11, 2018

Morning Dose: Bark App Alerts Parents to Child Concerns

There’s a growing interest in Bark app, which monitors your child’s social media, text messages, and email, and will only send parents an alert if it identifies worrisome phrases that could suggest suicide, depression, threats against the self or others, cyberbullying, or being targeted by online predators.

CW33 | June 11, 2018

Social Media App Picks Up Signs of Violence, Predators and Suicidal Thoughts

Titania Jordan, Bark CPO, explains the types of online dangers Bark monitors for, including cyber bullying, sexting, online grooming from predators and more. Titania also discuss how Bark has helped stop 12 school shootings and bomb threats to date.

WOAI | June 8, 2018

Sexting is the New First Base

Titania Jordan, Bark CPO, discusses June being Internet Safety Month with Ethan Bearman. She also speaks about the annual statistics that Bark has compiled through their message analysis about the risks kids face online.

KGO 810 | June 5, 2018

Nude Photos Swapped Like Trading Cards on Revenge Porn Site

There are places online where secrets are traded. With just a few clicks users uncover a catalog of illicit photos organized by state, county, school and sex act. Titania Jordan, CPO of Bark, an app dedicated to making the web safer for children, explains how detrimental such photos can be for victims.

11 ALIVE | May 30, 2018

The Cell Phone Monitoring Episode

With the recent school shootings heavy on everyone’s mind, educators are using technology as the first line of defense against school violence. Online Safety Expert, Titania Jordan, joins Fox News with the ways that Bark is helping schools prevent mass shootings.


Tracking Teen Smartphone Activities? There’s An App For That

From credible threats made in schools, to teen suicide. There’s now an app that detects incidents like these, giving busy parents the ability to see what their teens are saying on their smartphones.

ABC 13 HOUSTON | May 25, 2018

Digital Parenting: Apps to Monitor Your Child’s Safety

For families who worry about their children’s safety on the internet, the newest generation of monitoring services may be a parent’s best friend. Titania Jordan, Bark’s chief parent officer, discusses why the internet needs precautions, just like the real world.

OZARKS FIRST | May 23, 2018