Mike Nudelman/Business Insider, why stop, when its so easy? It is not a substitute for the social interactions that are part of a healthy real world relationship.
Do I feel compelled to clean up my act for this person?
How can we make sure that they’re safe while they’re using them?
For that matter, how can we make sure that our devices and data are safe from our little ones’ inquisitive tinkering?
, a report released this month by the Global Council on Brain Health (GCBH), notes, “Typically, the digital engagement complements rather than replaces in-person communication.” GCBH is an independent collaborative of scientists, health professionals, scholars, and policy experts convened by AARP with support from Age UK.
Most of the tips and tricks you’ll read in this article focus on i OS’s Restrictions feature, so the first thing you’ll want to do is enable it.
Restrictions let you do things like prevent your kid installing and deleting apps; disable in-app purchases; block websites; lock down privacy settings, and lots more.
” and “Is the Internet Bad for Society and Relationships?
” point to the internet, and technology in general, as a contributing cause of this downturn.