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  • Parents can ground kids digitally with SafeToNet
  • Parents can ground kids digitally with SafeToNet
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Parents can ground kids digitally with SafeToNet

Denying kids' access to their digital lives can be a powerful way for parents to discipline their children and maintain authority, but it's also a source of conflict. SafeToNet is an app that gives parents the power to digitally ground their kids without taking the device itself away.

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