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Parental Controls Review: Circle Home Plus

CIRCLE HOME PLUS is a combined hardware/software approach to parental controls that builds upon the previous CIRCLE WITH DISNEY product that came out in 2015. This new system improves functionality and addresses compatibility issues that the earlier product had with some routers and gateways.

The CIRCLE HOME PLUS system provides the following parental […]

Apple’s “Ask To Buy”: What Parents Need To Know

Controlling what apps your child uses is an important part of modern parenting. For those families where both parents and kids are using Apple mobile devices (iPhone, iPad, & iPod) Apple has provided a feature called “Ask to Buy”!

Let us take a look at this very useful feature!

Remember:

An Apple ID is […]

Sorry, TUMBLR Still Has Porn….

In late 2018 TUMBLR made the news by saying that it was going to remove all adult content, including images/videos with nudity or explicit sex, from the entire site. It seems that a significant number of the micro-blogs that TUMBLR facilitated contained adult material and there were no practical methods to restrict access. […]

Parental Controls Review: NETGEAR + Circle with Disney

NETGEAR + CIRCLE WITH DISNEY is an outstanding suite of parental control tools for parents who want to protect their children online, at home, or on the go! Previously, Knights’ Quest has primarily recommended using OpenDNS and built-in parental controls like Apple’s SCREEN TIME feature.

The problems were:

Not all devices had adequate, […]

BEFORE SANTA COMES……. Part II: Game Consoles & Game Ratings

Face it! Some of us were born TOO SOON!

Kids today have awesome game systems to play. Many of us, though, grew up feeding quarters into arcade games like PONG, ASTEROIDS, MISSILE COMMAND, and PAC MAN. Other spent hundreds of hours playing STREET FIGHTER II, MORTAL KOMBAT, MARVEL VS CAPCOM, DONKEY KONG COUNTRY, and others […]

Back-To-School Tech Safety 2017: Part I

YEA! Summer’s over and the School Year is about to begin! It’s time to hit those sales, pay those band bills, and cart the kids to pre-season practices!

It’s also a good time to get the household ready, technology-wise, to be a safer and more secure environment for our families. There are a lots of […]

When Children Play With (Electronic) Fire….

Adults frequently allow their children to play with fire. Not the real, combustible kind, but the world-ranging, never-dying fire that is the Internet. They give children the latest gadgets, even when it is not the wisest thing to do. (Tell me…WHY does a 6-year old need a $600 smart phone with full access to […]

Black Friday, Christmas, and Tech 2016:
What Parents Need To Know – Part II

Part II of a multi-post series. You can find Part I HERE.

One thing that is certain about Christmas: A ton of video games are destined for Santa’s gift sack!

The game industry knows this and plans the release of games, game systems, and accessories with an eye to the end of the year. That’s […]

Black Friday, Christmas, and Tech 2016:
What Parents Need To Know – Part I

WOW! Halloween is past and the early Black Friday sales are in play! Time to start planning!

As parents are shopping they have to consider how they will keep their kids safe from inappropriate materials and media, and from predators. What should parents be aware of, and what actions are needed to protect kids from […]

Monitoring iPhones: What Parents Need To Know – Part I

Kids and iPhones! Those little handheld computers are both convenient and a problem, and problems are what parents worry about the most: Sexting, social media, shooting inappropriate photos/videos, downloading undesired media, bullying. And they should.

In the past year (2015-2016) courts have ruled that parents may be held legally responsible and considered legally negligent […]