But a state program is helping prevent such scenarios, and it's just a text away.
Earlier this month, investors urged Apple to do something to curb IPhone addictions. We spoke to a local addiction specialist who said it's a real thing and parents should be concerned.
Children playing video games is a common scene in America. The video consoles may be in your living room but your child could be interacting with individuals across the globe.
Once a picture is shared online, it is out there on the internet forever.
While blocks and books haven't lost their luster, these days, toys are getting louder and now they're often connected to our phones... and our home networks.
YouTube has come under fire for posting videos aimed at children with violent and sexual themes.
Lots of users linked their Yellow account to their Instagram or Snapchat account, meaning if their location is turned on, complete strangers could find them.
When it comes to the internet, what are the most prevalent crimes against children, who's tackling them, and how can you keep your kids safe?
There will be community resources for families to learn how to better communicate in this digital age.
Each week, we're providing resources and information to help protect your children from online dangers.
As kids get older, the lesson plans change accordingly.
Just as you've mastered Facebook and Twitter -- there's Snapchat.
I spoke to a mom who gives us all something to think about.
For the kids, having a dad in the cybersecurity world is a blessing and a curse.
He adds to step back over time as your child displays more and more responsibility.
Parenting in the 21st century has taken on a whole new challenge.