Keep your kids privacy safe with outmywindow - review

As parents we want the best for our children. We want to keep them safe, we want them to be happy, and we want them to flourish. Unfortunately, in our technology driven culture, our kids are constantly bombarded digitally.

One of hardest lessons for kids to learn is what can and cannot be shared on the internet. Yes, we all like taking silly pictures of ourselves and we like remembering the fun times. What if that silly picture offends a college admission office?  What about potential employers?  Is five seconds of laughter worth a lifetime of regret?

A program like outmywindow can help prevent that embarrassing photo of your child going viral. With this private photo sharing program, you can select friends who can see your photo. You can create groups for select photos or events. This type of programming limit your audience and you can be less worried that a private picture is shared publicly on Facebook.

The iTunes outmywindow app, available on iTunes, can streamline the process of creating groups. Whether you want to share photo or an entire album, you can choose the specific recipient. For example, a small group outing can be shared with just the invitees but not the entire senior class. Also, you can avoid family photos being shared with school friends. You can decide how and to whom photos are shared.

It's hard for kids to understand that magnitude of their actions. Kids want to be social as well as record the special occasions in their lives. Unfortunately, we live in a day and age where a moment in time lasts forever in cyberspace. Even if a picture is shared for just a second publicly, it can spread like wildfire. For example, how many of you have seen party pics of people in appropriate costumes or acting foolish? Don't let one silly moment become the synopsis of yourself.

Take a moment to talk to your kids about how, when and with whom to share their pictures on-line. Don't let an ill-fated picture label you for a lifetime. Keep your pictures close with outmywindow.

Disclosure: I have been hired by Warner Bros WBWord division to raise awareness for 'outmywindow™.'

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