Internet Safety

Is your kid logging on? Setting limits on computer time can protect your kid from online predators and mature content. Let our internet safety tips guide the way.

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Is Snapchat Safe for Kids?

From Snapchat filters to streaks, games to videos, consider this your crash course when it comes to everything your kids can do within the popular messaging app.

Screen Time Experts Say Quality Matters More Than Quantity—Especially in a Pandemic

Not all screen time is created equal, and a new report from Common Sense Media reminds parents of teens to prioritize learning and social connection when it comes to iPhone and tablet use.

These Are the Safest Phones for Kids, According to Experts

From the best phones for young kids to the best prepaid phones for teens, here are the safest options to buy for your child when they're ready for their very own device.

Is TikTok Safe for Kids?

Gen Z can't get enough of TikTok. But if you're worried about what exactly your kids are getting, you're not alone. From inappropriate content to user data security,  here's what you need to know, plus three safety measures to take ASAP.

PSA: Using These Popular Hashtags Could Put Your Kid in Danger

Certain social media hashtags can make your children vulnerable to predators. Here's how to safely post about your children on Facebook, Instagram, and other platforms.

More Internet Safety

I'm a Mom and a Children's Privacy Lawyer: Here's What I Do and Don't Post About My Kid Online

It's normal to worry about your child's safety online. Children's privacy lawyer Katie Goldstein shares your concerns and offers tips all parents should follow to ensure healthy internet habits.

5 Apps for Parents to Monitor and Limit Screen Time

These free and premium apps built to monitor your kid's phone activity and screen time are bringing parents everywhere some peace of mind during the digital age.

New Parental Controls on YouTube Kids Lets You Monitor Screen Time

Thanks to YouTube Kids' parent-approved and "Older" control settings, parents can hand-pick what videos and channels their kids can watch.