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Teen Sexting

In a segment on teen sexting, Bark is listed as the recommended app to monitor your children online.

WSB-TV ATLANTA | November 15, 2018

District implements new system to monitor online student activity

Scot Scoop, a paper run by students of Carlmont High School, covered Bark in their article “District implements new system to monitor online student activity”. Their Principal Ralph Crame and Administrative Vice Prinicipal Grant Steunenberg discuss Bark and its effects on the school..

SCOT SCOOP | November 6, 2018

The Parental Monitoring Tool Helping Save Kids Lives

Titania, Bark’s CPO, was featured on The Opening Bell to discuss Bark, how it works, and why it is a necessary tool for all parents. Titania also discusses Bark’s “The Ultimate Parent Guide to YouTube.”


Take 3: New Parenting Apps for Those With Toddlers, Teens and In-betweens

3 new parenting apps you will want to make room for on your home screen: A better way to hire a better babysitter; A savvier way to monitor kids’ online activity; and a new way to digitize kids’ artwork. Bark is listed first as a “savvier (and more respectful) way to monitor your kids’ digital lives”

SHIBANI ON TECH | October 27, 2018

How Parents and Schools Can Work Together to Prevent Cyberbullying

During the segment, Titania, CPO of Bark, discussed how Bark and Bark for Schools are used, how parents & schools can download and the dangerous incidents they have helped to prevent to date. Additionally, Titania discusses what parents should do if their child is bullying others, and the rising rates of mental health issues in teens.


Stop Cyberbullying Now With Tips for Teens

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GRITDAILY | October 8, 2018

Here’s why social media depresses you, according to Kanye West and actual experts

“Social media is a filtered, curated portrayal of our peers’ lives and a sharp contrast to actual life,” Titania Jordan, Chief Parenting Officer of Bark, told Metro. “Photos of your friends have been airbrushed to add tans, blur cellulite, and remove stretch marks. This generation is feeling the brunt of ‘The Comparison Trap’ without being given the necessary perspective to see the entire picture.”

METRO | October 1, 2018

Keeping Your Child Safe On Social Media With Bark

During the segment, Titania Jordan, Bark’s CPO, notes that Bark monitors for dangerous digital content in regards to cyberbullying, sexting, sexual content, self-harm, suicide, mental health and more and will send an alert to parents via text or email with best recommended next steps to address the issue at hand.

INTO TOMORROW | September 21, 2018

How Technology Can Help You Detect and Prevent Suicidal Behaviors in Your Child

Titania Jordan, Bark CPO, discusses what the Bark app is and how it uses advanced technology to alert parents to potential dangerous/concerning activity on their children’s devices. In the segment, Titania also shares warning signs parents should look out for in relation to their children’s mental health.

CBN NEWS | September 12, 2018

Ways to Keep Kids Safe While Online

In today’s digital age, children’s exposure to the internet is inevitable.  Chief Parenting Officer at Bark, Titania Jordan is here to discuss tips, tricks, and the latest ways to keep kids safe while online, using social media, or text messaging.

PA LIVE | September 5, 2018