The older your children get, the more moot content filtering may seem. If you’re letting your kids watch “Walking Dead” or “Game of Thrones”, limiting what content they see may come across as contradictory. But there comes a point where you start to be concerned about their engagement with the rest of the world. If their friends come over to play a violent video game, you can always gauge them in person.
But what about their online friends? Are they who they say they are, and what exactly are your kids telling these people?
This is where social media trackers are most efficiently used. You’ll have the choice to restrict how interactions and posts that contain inappropriate words are seen. You can see the interactions directly and investigate them on your own.
For the most part, social media tracking installation necessitates knowing your kids’ usernames and passwords, unless you can convince your child to log in themselves prior to installing the tracking app. It is easy for a child to disable the app, though. And the way social media networks are programmed, accessibility of their accounts generally warrants your child’s permission.