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Fair Game

text tracker can prevent cheating

How urgent is the student cheating problem in American high schools? An ABC report claims, Cheating in American high schools is widespread if not endemic. And it usually works. Yesterday Tom Brady, quarterback of the New England Patriots, just got suspended 4 games of the 2015-2016 season for his part in Deflate Gate, and the team received a one million ...

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Deflate Gate

text tracker could help solve deflate gate

How does a superstar’s bad behavior affect the lives of impressionable young fans? Deflate Gate is not the most egregious crime in the world, but it will probably tarnish Tom Brady’s legacy in the end. The controversy surrounds the NFL’s investigation into the New England Patriots use of deflated footballs during the AFC Championship game against the Colts in Foxborough, ...

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CYBER BULLYING PREVENTION

mobile phone tracking helps parents intervene

Did you know that 25% of all teens report that they have experienced cyber bullying on their cell phone or on the internet, according to a NoBullying.com article? It gets more alarming – the article goes on to breakdown more statistics: Over half (52 percent) off young people report being cyber bullied. Embarrassing or damaging photographs taken without the knowledge ...

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The Lesson Of Kayla Mendoza

cell phone spy can help prevent tragedies.

On this Cinco de Mayo, lovingly referred to as “Drinko de Mayo,” all teens should think of Kayla Mendoza before they down shots of tequila or smoke pot and then get behind the wheel. Kayla Mendoza is a brutal hard knocks example for any teen in the modern era. The “pothead princess” from South Florida killed Kaitlyn Ferrante and Marisa ...

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TEENS AT RISK

cell phone spy can prevent risky teen behavior

Planking is more than an exercise, purple drank is not just a sugary liquid, and i-dosing is not a new app from the Apple store. These are three dangerous teenage trends that most parents have never heard of in its teenage context. According to a report by GreatSchools.org, “High school alcohol and drug use is on the decline, but older kids ...

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Vamping

cell phone monitoring can prevent vamping.

Vamping is a teenage trend that many parents have no idea about – and why? Because it’s happening while the parents are sleeping. According to Teen Vogue, “more and more teens are sneaking their computers and phones into bed and reserving the early hours of the morning for socializing rather than sleeping…the middle of the night is the one time ...

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Abuse Isn’t Gender-Specific

A recent Yahoo! News report claims that the U.S. is issuing harsher penalties to female sexual abusers, particularly teachers. The repot claims that what’s usually viewed as a joke is no longer one to law enforcement:  “A ‘Saturday Night Live’ skit about a male student having sex with his female high school teacher painted the relationship as every teen boy’s ...

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Just When We Thought School Was Safe…

cell phone monitoring could help prevent things like the spain school attacj

We now live in a world where we must protect our children no matter where they are. Don’t you think it’s kind of ridiculous that we have to take extra measures to protect our children even while they’re at school? But yesterday in Spain at approximately 9:30 am, a 13-year-old boy attempted to re-enact the April 20th,1999 Columbine Massacre at a local ...

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Heroin’s Big Comeback

Heroin…it’s making a big comeback. And just like the bad times of the early 1970s, the newspapers are full of stories about overdoses, tragic deaths, and ineffectual governmental handwringing about what to do to combat this silent killer. Theweek.com reported that “it’s become a dirt-cheap alternative to the prescription opiates abused by millions of Americans. With a dose of heroin ...

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It’s 11 pm. Do You Know What Your Children Are Doing?

Remotely monitor children's phones with Highster Mobile

A lot has happened this past week late at night, probably past your child’s bed time. Did you walk in on your young daughter watching Amy Schumer host the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday night and hear a non-PG-13 joke? Did you hear the cheers from your son’s room after the Red Sox finally won Friday night after the record-breaking 19-inning game ...

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