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Parental Control Resources Research by Jean

MOBICIPNEWS on November 10, 2011

Jean, from Deepthoughtsbyjean.wordpress.com, recently posted a great blog titled: "Parental Control Resources for iPod, iPhone, iPad, PC and Mac".  She shares that she just got a new iPhone for her birthday (her first smart phone ever!) and her daughter inherited her iPod touch.  

iphone birthday cake

Jean's immediate question was: "Are there any parental control options available on these devices?" And so her research began. 

For child Internet safety tips and advice, we recommend you read the complete blog here: http://deepthoughtsbyjean.wordpress.com/2011/10/24/parental-control-resources/

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