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Listen to Your Parents and the The iPhone Mom

MOBICIPNEWS on January 19, 2012

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Heather Leister, the iPhone Mom, wrote about Mobicip this week and we are happy to share her thoughts. We encourage you to read the entire article here: http://www.theiphonemom.com/mobicip

Heather shares: "My personal feeling is you can never be too careful when it comes to children and the internet. We have a rule in our house that the kids can’t have computers in their bedrooms. We also have a rule that we have access to all passwords. Call me overprotective but that’s my job. If I have these rules when it comes to the computer then I also have to establish rules when it comes to their new iPod Touches. When you think about it, they are not that far removed from a personal computer so putting a filtering app on the kids’ devices is a non-decision for me. Whether they like it or not."

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