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iPhones are notoriously difficult to keep accountable and therefore to keep safe for young eyes and minds. Apple has doubled-down on user privacy at all cost, which means it is difficult for an iPhone to default to safety. It’s not surprising then that one of the questions I’ve been hearing a lot recently is how to protect, track, and mend mistakes made on an iPhone.

In today’s conversation we’ll talk about why iPhones are so difficult to keep accountable, how we can handle tough tech conversations about the content and choices our children might be making online, and what next-steps we can take to improve the safety and health of our children when they use their smart devices.

Show Notes: https://bit.ly/3wjw8HI
iPhones are notoriously difficult to keep accountable and therefore to keep safe for young eyes and minds. Apple has doubled-down on user privacy at all cost, which means it is difficult for an iPhone to default to safety. It’s not surprising then that one of the questions I’ve been hearing a lot recently is how to protect, track, and mend mistakes made on an iPhone. In today’s conversation we’ll talk about why iPhones are so difficult to keep accountable, how we can handle tough tech conversations about the content and choices our children might be making online, and what next-steps we can take to improve the safety and health of our children when they use their smart devices. Show Notes: https://bit.ly/3wjw8HI leer más leer menos

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