Research + News | Topic: Parenting

Technology, Teens and When to Say No

Saying “no” to teens when it comes to technology isn’t easy. Read the full article here.

Google Faces Suit Over Kids’ In-App Purchases

Children’s apps continue to face heat over accidental, unintentional, or unauthorized in-app purchases by kids. Read the full story here.

Media Violence

An examination of violence, graphic violence, and gun violence in the media from the Parents Television Council. Download the full report here.

Teens’ Secret Cyber Slang Revealed

Some of the messages you find on your child’s cell phone might not have you LOL, a video from USAToday.com. See the video here.

Mobile Device Ownership Higher Among Parents with Children Under 18

Having children at home means many families are likely to have mobile devices. Read the report here.

UNFILTERED: Equipping Parents for an Ongoing Conversation about Internet Pornography

A video resource from Covenant Eyes. Watch the video and find other resources here.

Most Kids On Social Media By Age 10

Age limits intended to keep pre-teens off social media sites aren’t working. Read the full article here.

Cultural Effects on Digital Natives

CPYU President Walt Mueller is interviewed on the License to Parent radio show with Trace Embry. Listen to the interview here.

New Router Lets Parents Monitor Internet Use

USA Today reviews a new Wi-Fi router that lets parents set controls on Web surfing and more. Read the full review here.

Kids and Social Media: Insights and Best Practices for Parents and Youth Workers – A CPYU Webinar

Join CPYU President Walt Mueller for this 1 hour webinar on November 14, 2013. Click here to register.