The world is at our fingertips; everything we need to know is mostly found on the internet. We can have access to whatever data we want to obtain with just one click.
This is why parents have to be keen in filtering the information that children can get from the net. And they also have to screen whatever app kids download on their gadgets.
Alabama district attorney Pamela Casey warned parents about a particular app that’s available for both Android and iPhone users.
In the video, she told the parents about “Calculator%”. Apparently, this app looks like an ordinary calculator, but it’s actually a folder where you can hide pictures and files from others.
All you need to do is to run it and key in your secret code.
We’re not implying that your kids will store some dirty pictures and other sensitive files there, but it’s definitely an app that can do just that.
For iPhone users, here are the names you should be looking out for:
And here it is for Android users:
Children, your parents respect your privacy. But, they do have the right to know.
Watch the video:
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She's getting paid to sleep in expensive beds.
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A stay-at-home mom living with her two kids in Philadelphia, Linda Lightman used to be a labor lawyer before she accidentally started the biggest online luxury consignment shop in the world: Linda's Stuff.
After successfully helping her sons sell their old video games on eBay, Linda started auctioning her collection of high-fashion bags and garments online. Weeks later, her friends began to ask her if she can sell their stuff too. Then she went viral. Through word of mouth, her hobby became what is now a million-dollar venture.
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