Net Nanny Parental Control offers parents the ability to protect their children from offensive, and often dangerous online content. Unfortunately, without protection, children are highly susceptible to the enormous amount of adult-only content on the internet. Too many children are introduced to pornography before they are teenagers. Not only is pornography a concern for parents, the internet offers sexual predators easy access to millions of children. It is not just strangers who pose a danger to children online; they can also fall victim to internet bullying. That is why it is so important for parents to both monitor and protect their children from the dangers on the internet. I worry about this so much with my daughter.
You simply log in to your Net Nanny Social account via a web browser and look through the information on the dashboard. You can do it at home, at work, at the library, while you’re on vacation or anywhere else you have internet access
Easy setup — no software required
Net Nanny Social is a web-based platform hosted in the cloud; there is no need to install any software. After purchasing an annual license, parents can simply go online, log in, and add the email address or social network account information for the accounts to monitor. Parents can monitor their child’s social activity from a simple web dashboard, from any web browser. It provides ultimate parental control.
Comprehensive Social Network Database
Net Nanny Social supports a comprehensive list of social networks that includes the most popular sites. Net Nanny Social clearly shows parents exactly on which social networks their children have registered accounts and can automatically detect and add new ones when discovered.
Social networks include:
Instead of just blocking a web site altogether, Net Nanny takes a more careful approach by filtering inappropriate content. This is likely to not be so objectionable to the kids as they grow older and find outright blocking to be more of an inconvenience.
I Love the part that even if we are away, I can still block the crazy stuff so my child cannot get in it. Experts say the program holds up well, offering the ability to block or issue warnings for a wide variety of applications including chat, newsgroups, instant messaging, peer-to-peer file sharing and email. Critics are also impressed with how Net Nanny deals with online gaming and social networking sites. A separate product, Net Nanny Social (Est. $20 a year) offers more robust social media monitoring and covers more networks. Reports for parents are detailed and interactive — in fact, some find Net Nanny’s tracking too intrusive.
Net Nanny Social monitors social media account activity, providing a great way to open up a dialogue with your child about appropriate internet etiquette and social media behavior
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