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Pat S.

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SMS Spy – How Controlled Screen Time Improves Learning in Children

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Considering the significant rise of computer and Internet use among children, it’s not surprising anymore that parents are growing more and more concerned about its effects on their kids, which is one of the reasons why the use of cell phone and sms spy has increased as well. Parents, teachers, and other adults are now aware of the many negative ...

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Are Cyberbullying among Girls More Common and How to Stop It?


At a very young age, children now have access to the Internet and social media, which is seen as one of the biggest reasons for the increase in the number of cyberbullying cases, and the number of parents looking to use spyware for cell phones. Cyberbullying takes place when technology and the Internet are used to threaten, harass, or humiliate ...

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DDI Utilities Review

  The Ultimate Cell Phone Data Extractor Utility  DDI Utilities is used primarily for backup and data recovery of mobile devices, but what they don’t tell you is you also can use this program to spy on a cell phone. DDI will enable you to see virtually everything that happens on a cell phone or tablet without actually having the device in your ...

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Spy Phone: Does Social Networking Cause Teen Suicide?

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For those parents who choose to use a spy phone to monitor their teen’s online activity, the reason for this kind of monitoring is more than just to know what their children are doing when they’re online. Especially today that social networking seems to have become an important part of a young person’s life, cell phone monitoring can help save ...

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The Company Car: Why You Should Make Sure Your Employees Don’t Text and Drive

If you run a business and have given smartphones to your employees like many managers and owners do today, you should definitely install a mobile monitoring app on those devices first. And if you’ve loaned company cars out as well, then installing the spy app on their devices is even more important so you can make sure you’re employees don’t ...

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Screening my Daughter for Suicidal Tendencies

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A news report this morning stated that parents of teens should actively screen their children for suicidal tendencies. Suicide, it has been reported, is the second most common reason for death in young people—specifically teens. That information simply stunned me—and it should really be a wake-up call for all parents. After hearing the report, I thought about my own daughter. ...

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Six Tips That Point to A Great Cell Phone Spy Software

When does a parent decide to get cell phone spy tracking apps for iPhone devices, one question that comes to mind is how to pick the best? As more parents come out explaining the difficulties they have with kids, new companies designing new apps to address them keep emerging. Though more options are better, they do not make it easier ...

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Auto Forward Review – iPhone Spy No Jailbreak Needed

Hello, and welcome to my review of Auto Forward iPhone spy no jailbreak needed. There are two things I would like to point out before I begin: First, if you are in need of spying on an iPhone and do not have access to that device, Auto Forward is the perfect software for you. It will allow you to connect ...

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What Details are included in Online Public Records?

The internet has evolved, it is not the way I use to remember it back in the days, where you only used the internet to send email. Over the past few years, we can do so much with the internet, especially with the introduction of social media sites. Today most people get online to search for info and latest news, ...

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Field & Track Your Kid: Why a Spy App May Be a Good Idea for your Loved One’s Safety

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I’m the mother of four boys between 5 and 12 years old. All four of them play soccer in the Three Village area and two play baseball here as well. Well, Spring has sprung and, as you can guess, I’m pretty busy shuttling them from one practice to another—soccer, soccer, baseball, soccer, baseball, soccer…. You get the picture. I’m all ...

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