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The very things that make cell phones invaluable can sometimes be problematic. Parents and their children can use cell phones to stay in touch with voice calls and text messages, but on the flip side, constantly connected children can become the victims of internet predators or cyberbullies, come across adult content on the internet or become involved in sending inappropriate images or texts. It doesn’t happen because your child isn’t smart enough or careful enough to avoid trouble. Even if your child tries to stay away from unsafe situations, others who are actively searching for targets may find him or her. Don't wait for a problem to happen: Step up and monitor your child's virtual life with software  to monitor and manage cell phone and internet use.

Here are three highly rated programs that you could use:

More Helpful Resources for Protecting your kids on the Internet (Complete recovery program with an excellent resource section.  Faith based.) (Catholic Based resource for individuals, parents and clergy.) (Christian based resource for individuals.) (Faith based accountability software.  Currently the best tool of its kind on the web.) (Helpful site with statistics and what the secular world

is doing to fight pornography.)

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