Question about Apple iPod MP3 Player
As a parent I share your concerns, however there seems to be no stopping these kind of images from showing up, unless there is a parental control option in your existing programs, todays websites are flooded with popups of lude images, even a simple cooking site had a **** link popup when I opened it. the best thing you can do is educate your children on the goings on and make them aware that a lot of the **** sites contain viruses and hacks that will delete and harm their ipods, they are tricks to lure you to open them and view more, so if they want to let hackers destroy their ipods thats what they can expect. Its hard to expose our babys to this kind of activity but education and understanding will keep them safe and make them smarter. I don't know if you share my ideas but I am glad that you show enough care to find different answers. take care and remember, we didn't come with a book of instructions for our kids, we do the best we can. Be well.
Posted on Oct 15, 2013
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