Kids and teens are using apps to stay in touch with friends, follow celebrities, and get news — they’re all doing it. These social media apps allow them to share their lives online, but there’s a danger in children telling too much. Earlier this week we explained what your kids should never tell anyone online, and today we’ll discuss how you can manage privacy settings on some of the most popular iOS apps.
Most social media apps have privacy settings that can help keep kids safe, but they’re not always easy to find. It’s a good idea to ensure that none of these accounts are public, so your kids won’t be harassed. They can still tweet and view photos from others, and they can invite their friends to share with them, but they’ll be safe from online predators and bullies.
Following is a look at some of the popular social media apps for iPhone and iPad, and how you can set up your kids’ accounts so they stay private.
Read the rest of the article on The Mac Security Blog.