Parental Control - Guide Children Using Monitoring Software Like Spytector
October 13, 2014
Guide Children Using Parental Monitoring Software Like Spytector
Children these days are born into a connected world where they are exposed to a large web of communications and connections. In fact, they have been for a while, since the Internet really took off and became easily accessible across the globe in the last decade or so, which can in many senses desensitize them to the complexity of the globally connected universe.
Nowadays, it's natural for kids to start playing with computers and mobile devices as soon as they learn to read if not before that, and in some cases these children are even exposed to the quick sands of social media before they even reach puberty. The result of this new lifestyle, also known as "the age of information", is that kids have access to a lot more information than they would have in previous society models. However, the fact is that when kids stop being sheltered, they become vulnerable. And there is no situation where children are more vulnerable than when they are online.
For that reason, it is imperative for parents not only to educate their children about how to navigate the web and how to act appropriately when they are online, but also to monitor their activities to make sure they have taken their lessons to heart and are in fact being responsible with their online behavior. That is why keyloggers like Spytector, for instance, are invaluable tools for parents who are trying to keep their children safe while enabling them to explore and take full advantage of the web.
Keyloggers are applications which can be installed on a computer and controlled remotely, enabling a person to monitor and restrict another computer user's activity without their knowledge. Spytector parental control software, one of the most advanced of its kind which is available on the market at the moment, is completely untraceable, even for anti-virus programs, and allows the computer's activity to run smoothly, completely unhindered, save for the restrictions put in place by the user who controls it.
Furthermore, this software also enables parents to check and save their children's activity logs without accessing the actual computer, as they send all of the information - from internet searches, to social media activity and even complete IM conversations - to their email, so no traces of their spying is left behind.
It may seem conniving to "spy" on children while they are using the computer, and some of the older kids would certainly be mortified if they knew about their parents' actions, but the truth is it is necessary. Because for as generalized as the access to information is nowadays, kids are exposed to the useful kind of information as well as the undesirable kind, and it is parents' responsibility to make sure that the latter is restricted as much as possible, so as to protect their children.
Children these days may be informed, but they are not any less gullible or more capable of making adult decisions on their own than they were before, especially as they are becoming more independent of parents' guidance at earlier ages. It is the parents' responsibility to establish that guidance anew, even if remotely, with the help of monitoring software like Spytector.