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    Default Is Snapchat Safe for Your Kids?

    If you have a kid or a teen, you probably know a thing or two about social media and popular messengers. Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and Snapchat are spaces where kids spend most of their free time. This digital world often becomes the one they prefer to reality.

    Many kids prefer to express themselves online by creating an image they canít afford in real life. Itís easier for them to show emotions through texting rather than talking to someone in person. So, messengers become a lifesaver for many young people.

    Parents guide to Snapchat

    Snapchat is one of the most popular apps that kids and teens use for daily communication. However, except for a stack of useful features, it can be a danger for your kid. According to McAfeeís Teens and Screens study, children tend to speak with strangers online and overshare personal information. About 59% of interviewed kids connect with strangers via social apps, while 1 out of 12 kids meets them in person. Such online behavior can get young people into real trouble, as predators often hide behind fake Snapchat accounts.

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    I agree with you. Social platforms can become a dangerous place with fake and suspicious content for your children. I have a child and I always worry about what he reads on such social platforms especially TikTok and Snapchat. I am not a professional smartphone user and I do not know how to use most of the apps but I have read about mSpy already and found some information about other apps such as Spyzie and Cocospy to use to monitor Snapchat at https://celltrackingapps.com/how-to-monitor-snapchat/.

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    We just need to have a conversation about the dangers of using social media and how not to put yourself at risk. But usually, today's children already know this themselves.

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