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There are a lot of ethical reasons to spy on other people. First of all, spy software helps parents keep an eye on their kids’ activities on the web. You know that the Internet and social networks are full of online dangers, including cyberbullying, online predators, and unwanted content. Monitoring software lets you check what your kids do on the Net, who they communicate with, what kind of content they access and what they’re up to. What’s more, cloud-based control and monitoring software allow spying on a child from any place without access to their device.


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Modern kids are advanced users of the Internet and gadgets, and as a result, it’s hard for parents to keep things under control when it comes to kids’ web browsing, texting, surfing the Net, and signing up on doubtful platforms. You’ll ask me why at all one needs to control kids’ online activities. Unfortunately, the Net is full of dangers that can influence childrens’ worldview and behaviour.

Multiple surveys show that a majority of modern teens have already experienced cyberbullying. Cyberbullying is a widespread issue and manifests itself in many different ways, including offensive name-calling, spreading false rumours, and even…


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Today’s world is a highly competitive one. Dozens of companies are eager to offer us their services. In their desire to grab our attention, they stop at almost nothing. Hardly anyone enjoys receiving piles of flyers in their mailbox every other day, and most of us have fled from that one particularly annoying promoter in the street at least once. However, irritating spam is much harder to avoid when it comes to buzzing right on your phone.

Besides, phone calls are a favourite tool for all kinds of fraudsters and scammers. Presenting themselves as bank clerks, Amazon, a governmental agency…


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No doubt that the pandemic outbreak has brought many changes into our daily routine. We’re entering a “new normal”, and one of such changes is the mass shift from office desk jobs to remote work. The strength of technology has been widely used to make the transition to distance working easier. As a result, the use of surveillance systems that enable companies to track remote employees’ productivity increases in many states. It’s worth noting that employee tracking systems serve other essential purposes. …


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If you’re using an iPhone, you probably know that it doesn’t come with a reliable spam blocking feature. Luckily, there are several call blocking apps that can help you get rid of spam. One of such apps is Whoscall — Caller ID & Block. In the article, we’ll talk about this caller ID app for iPhone, point out its pros and cons and check if it’s worth a try.

It’s worth noting that there’s a kind of spam blocker on iOS letting you avoid unwanted calls. On iOS 13 and later, you can block all calls from people you don’t…


Hiya is a call blocking app for iPhone that can help you get rid of annoying spam. It has more than 200,000 reviews on the AppStore and a 4-star rating, which proves its popularity and reliability. In this article, I’m going to share my experience of using Hiya.

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It’s worth noting that the iPhone doesn’t come with an automatic call blocking or identification feature. All iOS users can do is add an annoying phone number to a blacklist. But this doesn’t protect you from spammers and telemarketers who use multiple phone numbers to bombard their victims with annoying calls. If…


In the modern world, it’s vitally important to have a capable audio recorder close to hand. Having a voice recorder installed on your smartphone can help you capture business meetings, interviews, lecturers and save your own spontaneous genius ideas. Whatever your needs are, bad sound quality can easily ruin your efforts. Thus, it’s essential to find a reliable voice recorder solution.

In-Built iPhone Recorder


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No doubt that iPhone is one of the most powerful and useful devices out there. It has many helpful features that let us keep more productive while we perform our business and daily tasks. However, there’s one major issue that all iPhone users face in the modern world — this is the lack of an excellent in-built call blocker.

The recent researches made by the Federal Trade Commission and other reliable institutions show how extensive phone spam is worldwide and how much damage and frustration this issue is causing. For instance, 44% of Americans received spam calls related to COVID-19…


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Though there’s a default call blocker app on iOS, iPhone users are still flooded with robocalls and spam. Luckily, some third-party apps may help you get rid of annoying scam callers. In this guide. we’ll find out what are the best call blocking apps for iPhone and what additional features they provide.

What features do iPhone call blockers offer?

Other than blocking irritating calls, third-party blocking apps offer some additional helpful features. Firstly, most apps provide a database of suspicious numbers so every user can simply enter a suspicious number in the app and find out if it’s a scam. Secondly, iPhone call blockers allow their users…


Why Is IT Security Software Important?

Taking IT and data security seriously is vitally important, especially for business. If an organization’s network is breached or corporate data gets leaked, the damage may be catastrophic and cause overwhelming recovery costs. In some cases, recovery is not possible at all. The convincing reasons to use IT security software at your company include:

  • shielding your company from online threats and cyberattacks;
  • protection from insider data leakage;
  • preventing employees’ unlawful actions;
  • making your customers feel safe and secure;
  • data loss prevention.

Let’s look through the best Windows apps for the IT security department in 2021. The apps below are divided…

Janet Paterson

Professional copywriter. Interested in tech, coding, HR management.

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