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By Daddy Clay Friday, November 2nd, 2012
As a general rule, I’m better at identifying bad ideas than good ones.
But this is a good idea.
Recently featured on Mashable, the Pipsqueak from Yip Yap is an MP3 player and phone that is safe to hand over to kids as young as three. The key here: the handset is essentially a glorified, multifunctional Bluetooth headset — an accessory to mom or dad’s smart phone — that is shaped like a “real” phone.
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By Daddy Clay Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012
On DadLabs we talk a lot about how parents can better protect kids online by deploying parental controls and e-proofing web connected devices. The problem is, no matter how much we protect our kids, sooner or later they end up online without a mom or dad around to virtually look out for them. That’s why it is so important that kids learn best practices for preserving their own Cyber Security.
Which is one of the many reasons why we are so excited to announce our latest partnership: working as ambassadors for a new game for iPad and iPhone called Hax Attacks. Read the rest of this entry »
By Daddy Clay Thursday, May 10th, 2012
Sooner or later kids have to have their own accounts. Whether it’s email, Google, Amazon or iTunes, kids eventually grow up and need to begin accumulating their own digital goods in their own inboxes and libraries. The question is, at what age is this appropriate?
The standard answer here is pretty easy. Because of the provisions of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 (COPPA), any site that collects personal information cannot offer services to customers under 13 years of age. As a result, almost any popular web site has clear terms of service that state that nobody under 13 can have an account — notably Facebook, Google, and iTunes. Read the rest of this entry »