Tag Archives: image protection

Teens, Sexting & Punishment? What do you think?

Let’s talk cellphones, sexting and teens. There is a lot in the media about sexting. Every topic from teens committing suicide over sexting issues, to adults sharing inappropriate visuals with youths. But, here’s my question, when sexting remains between youths only, what does it mean and who’s the more responsible or accountable party, the sender [...]

ImageVision Receives Startup America Award at SXSW

      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Anna, TX, March 15, 2013 – Startup Texas, with Startup America and the Austin Chamber of Commerce, hosts the second annual SXSW event: A Celebration of American Startups Saturday, March 9 at ACL Live at the Moody Theatre. The event celebrates startup pioneers and the dynamic future of entrepreneurship [...]

App Chat – Snapchat, Are Your Kids On It?

        Parents, its been in the news and the buzz is that Snapchat can be used by teens to aid in private sexting sessions. Available in the Apple App store and on Google play, Snapchat is available for Android and iOS devices and is an image sharing app where images can be [...]

App Chat: Are Your kids on Skype?

This week’s App Chat is focused on the Skype application. Again, because I am an iphone user, my experiences with the Skype application are based on how I explored the app through my smartphone and then I visited the online version as using a smartphone, subscribers to Skype can contact anyone with the app phone [...]

Updates in EyeGuardian!

Hello EyeGuardian Friends!   As promised we have some new and updated features to help sort the content that gets shared on your child’s Facebook page.   Previously, we scanned and showed you all of the content related to your child’s Facebook account on the same report, only to be separated by Suspect content or [...]

APP Chat – Instagram Review For Parents

    Due to the recent Vine controversy, I thought perhaps parents might want or need additional information about the applications children might be using with their smartphones. I am an iOS user, and this means my experiences are based on my options of what is accessible through the Apple app store and user options [...]

What Do You Like to “Like”, Snack Cakes for Me Apparently!

  In Facebook’s recently filed amendment to its S-1 documents submitted the to U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the world of social sharing just did some massive calculating. According to the amendment, there are more and more individuals signing up for the service and digitally being social. The Huff Post Tech wrote in giving some [...]

Are You One of The 59 Million?

If social networking was designed to keep people informed about the comings and goings in one’s life, then it’s no surprise that just about everything is being shared. For instance, on Facebook, kids can follow their favorite pop stars to the next event, find out when their own school is planning a city-wide pep rally [...]

Cyberbaiting Bad Videos Not

We’ve been asked to do many interviews about the newest form of cyberbullying happening online and I thought it only appropriate to give parents or subscribers some information on the dangerous new trend with social networking.   Cyberbaiting – While in the classroom, students bait teachers into losing control of their classroom in order to [...]

Facebook NOT an Organized Meeting Spot!!!

I am sure that no one could have imagined that social media sites would turn into a place where teenagers throw morality out the window in exchange for a digital hug, or a meeting place for organized crime. Yet, every day a quick Google news search relays stories about just those types of stories and [...]