1. Monitor content with Bark
Bark’s advanced technology scans texts, emails, and 30+ apps for potential dangers and sends you alerts.
2. Block inappropriate websites & apps everywhere
It’s not enough to block content on phones and tablets. Keep in mind kids can access browsers and apps like YouTube on TVs, video game consoles, and more.
3. Talk about online stranger danger
No matter what device they’re on, kids may encounter adults with bad intentions. Teach your child to always come to you if someone makes them feel weird.
4. Safeguard devices securely
This means protecting personal data by setting up phone passcodes, having secure account passwords, and setting up two-factor authorization.
5. Create a tech contract
A tech contract helps you set expectations around how your kids use their device so you can teach healthy boundaries and accountability.