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Release date- 11062014 -
These actions provide parents with the necessary information and tools for stimulating dialogue with their children and protecting them when they are browsing the internet on their smartphones. Through these actions
According to a recent study by GfK Significant, 76% of parents say they are concerned by the content their children are exposed to on the internet and more than 40% would like to have a tool for dialogue and protection.
In order to enable parents to educate their children and help them become more aware,
Furthermore, in collaboration with
Norton Family contains several functions for protecting children in their online activity:
Web supervision: allows parents to identify sites that are inappropriate for their children and block their access to them;
Search supervision: informs parents what internet searches their children have made and facilitates discussions with them about inappropriate content;
Online time supervision: allows parents to teach their children to manage how long they spend on the internet and reduce the time they spend online, and
Email alerts: alert parents when children go beyond the agreed limits, for example when their children attempt to visit a blocked site or try to uninstall the application.
As for Norton Family Premier, it includes extended functions:
Video check: informs parents what
Applications check: allows parents to set the Android applications their children can use, and
Extended usage history: saves a record of children's internet activity for a period of 90 days.
The Norton Family application is available free on Google Play. The Premier version is offered on its launch at a promotional price in
For more information: www.mobistar.be/SIK
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