March 10, 2015 Teens today can’t go a day without using their personal devices.
Meanwhile, children as young as eight or nine years of age are asking for their first phone.
As useful as smartphones may be, certain dangers lurk behind the seemingly-innocent features of some apps.
Many kids enjoy the anonymity of Whisper, which encourages them to share secrets and sensitive information with strangers.
Ill-intentioned adults can use the app to access information that will potentially compromise the safety of a teen.
Fox News recently published a report written by psychiatrist Keith Ablow. Ablow, Yik Yak is the most dangerous app that has ever come in existence.
Classmates can easily become members of a virtual community, sharing mean comments and malicious remarks about each other.