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FamilySignal Expands it’s New Technology to Help Parents Protect Children from Bullying and Other Internet Dangers by Adding Instagram to it’s Social Network Monitoring

March 27, 2013

FamilySignal — the online service that helps parents monitor their children´s social media accounts — announces the addition of Instagram to the list of sites that can be continuously analyzed for bullying, sex, drugs, violent content and personal information. Parents receive a text message alert on their cell phones within minutes when a potential problem is detected.

Birmingham, MI (PRWEB) March 27, 2013

Instagram is the biggest “new kid on the block” in a sea of social media sites that are growing at an alarming rate. Children share photos with their friends at all hours of the day and night and their friends can comment at will. This leaves the person posting the photosvulnerable to attacks from malicious “friends” 24 hours a day.

FamilySignal helps prevent such bullying and verbal attacks by keeping parents informed so they can take immediate action the instant trouble arises. FamilySignal is easy to use and costs just $4.99 a month. Families can monitor one or more then one child’s Instagram, Facebook and Twitter accounts for the same price. The service can be canceled at any time.

“As we all know what´s posted on the Internet can remain there forever. Sending even the most innocent pictures of yourself raises the bar for exposure to bullies and predators alike,” says FamilySignal co-founder Brian Eisenberg. “Monitoring the commentary attached to those pictures can bring a potentially bad situation under control quickly and keep children out of danger.”

Contact Brian Eisenberg, FamilySignal co-founder and father of four to learn more about how this new and growing technology is striving to help protect children.

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