I’m starting this week with a philosophical question. Is it justifiable to monitor your child’s whereabouts using their mobile phone and a location tracker app?
I have written many articles on this blog about online safety and digital resilience. As a father of school age children, it’s an issue at the forefront of my mind.
I wish to pose a question to anyone who uses Windows 10 and has children. Do you have separate Microsoft accounts for your children? If not, were you aware that by doing so, you could use the Microsoft Family Features to limit their screen time, keep an eye on their online purchases and have the
I was recently having a discussion with someone about online safety and children. As any reader of this blog will know, it’s one of my favourite subjects. As we were chatting, I was asked if I felt social media platforms have a “moral duty” to stop youngsters accessing their services.
There’s one thing we all increasingly rely on to make family life operate smoothly: Tech. In particular, having a strong WiFi signal is essential. In most family homes, however, you will usually find a WiFi dead spot somewhere. I was invited to try out a NETGEAR Orbi mesh WiFi system to see if it could