Social Shield, a new tool to control children’s activity on the Web.

Social Shield, a new tool to control children’s activity on the Web.

What is the social shield? The age limit imposed by Facebook to sign up is currently 13 years. Needless to say, of course, that there are many kids that go around this obstacle by declaring a false date of birth, often escaping the parental control. Moreover, parents are not always experts in new technologies and cannot monitor what their children do and say through the Web. Besides, thanks to the use of state-of-the-art mobile phones, such as smartphones, new generations have the opportunity to connect to the Internet everywhere, especially away from parents’ sharp look.

Social Shield – Your Wonder Tool Against Online Tools

Often it is not enough to ask their friendship on Social Networks because, you know, by changing privacy settings the user can easily keep “hot” contents from some selected groups of people.

But today there are new tools to monitor the activities of your children. On the market there is a new system to control what is going on Social Media accounts. It’s called Social Shield and is suitable for parents who really want to see every movement of their children on Facebook, Google +, Twitter and so forth.

This product is able to monitor “social” activities of your children either on the computer or on mobile devices, retaining all the information in a permanent archive. The tool allows you to examine both new friends of your child and old ones, and enables to display, on a single platform and without wasting time in analyzing any single, questionable activities that your child is doing by notifying you each time something unsafe (like swearing or inappropriate images) appears on the Social Network account placed under surveillance.

If, for example, your son or daughter receives a message with inappropriate content, you will instantly receive a warning alarm.
The system is based on the “exception reporting” technology, which displays only the contents at risk, thus leaving room for the privacy and independence the kids need.

Clearly, however, this tool is not enough to make parents feel less worried about their children’s online activities. So, it could be useful for them to rely on remote PC spying systems or keyhunters, which record all the characters typed on the keyboard by children. E-mail, chats, visited web addresses, instant messages exchanged with their buddies, nothing can now escape parental control, while they will continue to feel “adult” and independent with their privacy, not noticing the hidden spy equipment.