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Author: Chris Dix

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Helping parents keep their kids safe in a technology-driven world.
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What happens to your social media accounts when you die?  Attorney Thomas Heekin discusses practical solutions for parents that want to pass along access to their social media accounts, online photo albums and other digital assets to their kids (or other friends or family) after death.Below are a few related links:How to appoint a Facebook heir:  https://www.pocket-lint.com/apps/news/facebook/134723-how-to-appoint-an-heir-on-facebook-for-when-you-die Florida Bar Article: "Access to Digital Assets – Florida’s New Law for Fiduciaries: What Are Digital Assets and Why Are They Relevant?"  https://www.floridabar.org/the-florida-bar-journal/access-to-digital-assets-floridas-new-law-for-fiduciaries-what-are-digital-assets-and-why-are-they-relevant/TEDxWhiteCity: "What Happens To Our Digital Remains When We Die" https://youtu.be/vFPkEIGUofc
As the eSports industry grows, the risk of harm to children also increases. What are the threats and how can those threats be addressed by parents, teams, and other stakeholders? In this episode, sports lawyer Richard Bush and I discuss child protection in eSports, including the potential harms to children and the steps parents can take to protect their kids from the dangers that eSports presents.  For more information, visit the eSports Integrity Coalition's Child Protection page at https://www.esportsintegrity.com/home/child-protection/.  
What is Apple Screen Time and how can parents use Screen Time to keep their kids safe from cyber threats?IT and application security expert (and parent) James Jardine discusses how to use Apple's Screen Time settings on iPhones and iPads to control the amount of time that parents and their kids spend on mobile devices.  James also describes how Screen Time allows parents to set daily time limits for certain types of apps, and provides an easy way for parents to set content and privacy restrictions on their own devices, as well as separate devices that their kids use.  For James' chart with a complete listing of all of the Apple Screen Time settings, please click on the following link:  https://www.developsec.com/images/iOS_Screen_Time.pngClick the player above to listen to the show, and if you like what you hear, please leave a positive review.  For suggestions or other feedback, please email me at pgpodcast@outlook.com. 
Are free kids' mobile apps a privacy risk?  Josh Harris talks about privacy risks in Sonic Dash, Fruit Ninja, Roblox, Angry Birds and other free kids' mobile apps.  Josh's company, Rubica, recently published a report entitled "Cyber Crime and Privacy Risks in Free Mobile Apps for Kids." Click HERE to download a copy of the report.  Click the player above to listen to the show, and if you like what you hear, please leave a positive review.  For suggestions or other feedback, please email me at pgpodcast@outlook.com 
My guest on this episode is Regine Bonneau, Founder and CEO of RB Advisory, who is an expert in cybersecurity, risk management and compliance. We discuss the biggest cyber-threats to kids, consider warning signs for detecting cyberbullying, and also reflect on why "Don't speak to strangers" remains good advice, even in this increasingly technology-driven age of computers and social media.  Click the player above to listen to the show, and if you like what you hear, please leave a positive review.  For suggestions or other feedback, please email me at pgpodcast@outlook.com 
Our guest Nick Herbert created the RespondASAP app to help parents that have kids (or other family members) that don't respond to their text messages or calls. Nick discusses why he created the app, how it works, how to install it and some of the successes and challenges he had since initially developing the app.Click the player above to listen to the show, and if you like what you hear, please leave a positive review.  For suggestions or other feedback, please email me at pgpodcast@outlook.com 
In this first episode, I describe my background and explain the purpose of the PG Podcast.  I also provide some examples of what listeners can expect in future episodes.  Click the player above to listen to the show, and if you like what you hear, please leave a positive review.  For suggestions or other feedback, please email me at pgpodcast@outlook.com 
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