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Google’s parental control software Family Link gains much-needed features

Google’s parental control software, Family Link, is getting a noteworthy update today with the addition of new features that will allow parents to limit screen time per app, instead of the device as a whole, as well as let them more easily extend screen time as needed. The features were first announced at Google’s I/O ...

Little boy meets Mickey Mouse ‘in real life’ for the first time

Perhaps you needed to be reminded that sweet and good things exist in this world.

“My Youngest Son Meeting Mickey Mouse” is that video.

My Youngest Son Meeting Mickey Mouse

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Ahead of FTC ruling, YouTube Kids is getting a website

Ahead of the official announcement of an FTC settlement which could force YouTube to direct under-13-year-old users to a separate experience for YouTube’s kid-friendly content, the company has quietly announced plans to launch its YouTube Kids service on the web. Previously, parents would have to download the YouTube Kids app to a mobile device in ...

4 podcasts to teach kids about history, identity, and current events

08.20.2019 · Posted in Education Articles, Technology Articles

In our Back to School series, Mashable tackles the big issues students face, from mental health to representation to respectful communication. Because returning to the classroom is about more than buying school supplies.  As your child heads ba... ...

Child Neuropsychological Assessment: Its Importance in Childhood Learning Dysfunctions

The purpose of this article is to detail the idea behind child neuropsychological assessment. It highlights the significance of acquiring neuropsychological interpretation when children are going through learning disorders. It intends to benefit parents and educators to determine the sort of assessment that will be appropriate for their kids. Additionally, it aims to clarify the benefit ...

TikTok is being investigated in the U.K. for how it handles children’s data and safety

TikTok is being investigated in the U.K. for how it handles the safety and personal data of underage users. According to the Guardian, information commissioner Elizabeth Denham told a parliamentary committee that the probe started in February, after the U.S. Federal Trade Commission levied a $5.7 million fine against TikTok for breaking children’s privacy law. ...

Why CBP won’t accept supplies for separated children in migrant detention camps

The U.S. Customs and Border Patrol basically just admitted openly that it has all the supplies needed to take care of the children separated from their families at the border—-toothpaste, soap, beds to sleep on-- CBP just won't give any of the stuff to the detained kids.

“We're using operational funding to provide those things. But ...

U.S. Senator and consumer advocacy groups urge FTC to take action on YouTube’s alleged COPPA violations

The groups behind a push to get the U.S. Federal Trade Commission to investigate YouTube’s alleged violation of children’s privacy law, COPPA, have today submitted a new letter to the FTC that lays out the appropriate sanctions the groups want the FTC to now take. The letter comes shortly after news broke that the FTC ...

Now on Kickstarter, Tech DIY uses sewing to teach kids how to build electronics

Tech DIY takes a soft touch toward teaching electronics—literally. Now on Kickstarter, the kit uses sewing to teach kids and adult beginners about electronic and electric circuits by sewing dolls, soft figures and bracelets that light up, move and make noises. Tech DIY was created by Ji Sun Lee and Jaymes Dec, the authors of ...