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Posted on September 30, 2015 at 10:26 am

Wait to Update to iOS 9

We’re loving the new iOS 9 features but you may want to wait a while before you update. Since the original release of the new operating system from Apple on September 16, an update to fix “minor bugs” was released on September 23 with iOS 9.0.1.  Yet, Forbes is reporting there are still some vulnerabilities. Perhaps Apple will release  Continue Reading »

Posted on September 28, 2015 at 6:46 pm

Table Talk: How to Stop Kids from Oversharing on Social Media

  Anneli-Marie R. was a normal 17-year-old walking her dog one evening in the countryside of Eastern Germany. When Anneli-Marie didn’t return  that night, her father went to look for her. He spotted her dog, but she was nowhere to be found. Then, her parents received a distributing call. Kidnappers, claiming to have Anneli-Marie, called  Continue Reading »

Posted on September 4, 2015 at 4:28 pm

Parents Are Oversharing on Social Media and It May Be Impacting Their Kids

Parents spend a lot of time worrying about their children oversharing on social media. But for many parents, oversharing wasn’t something they were thinking about when they were posting baby pictures, videos of toddlers, and funny stories about their child’s embarrassing “firsts.” When it comes to social media, are parents as guilty as their teenagers  Continue Reading »

Posted on August 27, 2015 at 1:20 pm

New Features for a New School Year

We hope you’re having a wonderful summer, full of fun, quality family time and even a few moments to relax. At MamaBear we’ve worked hard all summer to get you ready for back-to-school with a ton of new features to protect and connect your family and give you the peace of mind parents deserve.  Start  Continue Reading »

Posted on August 26, 2015 at 4:42 pm

Table Talk: Viral Video Shows The Reality of Online Stranger Danger

Coby Persin, a YouTube star with over 1.3 million subscribers, recently used his platform to remind both parents and children just how dangerous social media can be. In the video, “The Dangers of Social Media (Child Predator Social Experiment),” Coby made a fake Facebook profile of a 15-year-old boy and friend requested three girls (12, 13,  Continue Reading »

Posted on August 21, 2015 at 1:32 pm

How to Have a Back to School Safety Review with Your Kids

The beginning of the school year is a time to start new and refresh the old. As you prepare by buying school supplies and looking over new class schedules, use this time to refresh another important element of your child’s life — safety rules. Review these important back to school safety rules to help set  Continue Reading »

Posted on August 12, 2015 at 4:46 pm

How To Use Bear2Bear – MamaBear’s Customer Referral Program

Refer a friend and become a premium member for FREE. MamaBear’s customer referral program allows you to share an exclusive link with your favorite friends to give them the gift of MamaBear’s family safety app. With each new referred registration, your friends will receive free premium service and you will continue to extend your free  Continue Reading »

Posted on August 4, 2015 at 2:59 pm

Is Instagram Safe for Kids: A Guide for Concerned Parents

On average, 70 million photos are shared on Instagram per day. With that level of sharing power and an active user base of more than 300 million, parents shouldn’t be surprised that their children and teens want in on the action. Parents should expect that sooner or later their child will want to create a  Continue Reading »

Posted on July 28, 2015 at 3:27 pm

Table Talk: A Conversation About the Dangers of Tracking a Lost Phone

Parents are becoming more aware of the dangers of technology, especially as it affects their children and family. They’re beginning to understand the risks of online bullying, inappropriate social media sharing, and digital strangers. But most parents are probably much less aware of another lurking danger that, while usually frustrating to all involved, can seem  Continue Reading »

Posted on July 24, 2015 at 6:02 pm

The Risk of Missing Teens May Increase During Summer Break

The one word that probably comes to mind for a teen thinking about summer is… freedom. Summer is the time when strict school schedules fade away, the days get longer, and the sense of liberty feels the largest. While it is a great feeling for teens, it can be nerve-wracking feeling for parents — and for  Continue Reading »

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