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Childrens Cell Phone Anti Cyberbullying Monitoring Program Trial Launched

“My Mobile Watchdog” has launched a 7 day trial of its children–s cell phone monitoring system, helping parents monitor and protect their children, available on its website. More information and product details can be found on the website: https://www.mymobilewatchdog.com/protect-your-kids/.

The “My Mobile Watchdog” cell phone monitoring tool was developed to help parents monitor activity on their children–s phones, to protect them from cyber threats and provide them with peace of mind. The company is now offering parents a 7-day trial from its site, allowing them to see for themselves how the system works.

The “My Mobile Watchdog” app features an easy to use dashboard interface, allowing parents to monitor the following items: messages, calls, contacts, applications, reports, website, time lock and locations. With these features, parents can keep an eye on any incoming activity or message exchange in the form of messages, images and phone calls, identify any potential contacts threatening or bullying their child via monitoring and receiving notifications as well as setting up an approved contact list.

Parents can also monitor apps and websites their children are accessing and block any inappropriate content they might be exposed to, view their child–s location in real time and use the time block feature to make distracting features inactive during certain time periods, such as family, meal and homework times. All of these features can be explored gratis during the 7-day trial.

“My Mobile Watchdog” Founder and CEO Bob Lotter says that parents need to be aware of particular dangers such as cyberbullying and –sexting–, which he says is the number one problem parents face today. He says that 25% of children admit that they–ve experienced cyberbullying and 55% of children say it–s occurred daily, whilst three out of seven children will send inappropriate images.

The company runs a KidsSafe Cyberbullying Prevention Program helping educate kids and parents about good internet etiquette and positive cyber behavior, and the Investigative Unit of KidsSafe provides free investigation and digital forensics services to parents, law enforcement, and schools to assist in identifying and resolving cyber misconduct, helping make schools and communities safer.

More information about the app, the KidsSafe program and fee trial can be found on the “My Mobile Watchdog” website, along with a comprehensive blog to help keep parents informed on technology developments and how they affect children.

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