Over the last decade, social networking has exploded.
And with it has come a lot of good.
But, if we’re being realistic, there are a number of downsides too, not least the security risk for our children.
Let’s face it, when you’re meeting strangers on the internet, you don’t really know who you’re talking to, and if you’ve got kids, then it’s a constant worry.
Which is why the brand new “Lego Life” app is sure to be very popular with parents all over the globe.
Lego Life is strictly for kids aged 13 and under, and Lego have designed it to be a “safe” social networking site.
There are no profile pictures, no locations revealed and each image is screened by Lego’s algorithm before it goes live.
Comments are vetted and need approval before they can be posted, and kids must obtain a parent’s approval to join the site with express consent emailed separately to the parent.
Sounds pretty good right?
Check out a longer article on it by clicking here – and if you want to see what it’s all about, you can download it by following these links