Protect MI ChildTechnology
The Michigan Child Protection Registry is a free program offered by the State of Michigan. The Registry is designed to keep adult-oriented electronic messages such as pornography, alcohol, tobacco and gambling from reaching children.
The Michigan Child Protection Registry allows you to register your family's e-mail addresses, mobile phone numbers, instant messenger IDs and fax numbers. When you sign up for the Registry, marketers who send adult messages are required by law to remove your registered addresses from their lists. If you continue to receive adult-oriented messages after you have been registered for 30 days, you may file a complaint by visiting the registry's website.
To register your family for this free program, or for more information, visit: https://www.protectmichild.com/
Parents need to stay vigilant when it comes to their child's online activity. The document below describes nine common social media apps that kids use on their portable device/smart-phone. Parents should always monitor their child's accounts and online activity. For more online safety information to help protect your child please check out Michigan Cyber Safety Initiative (CSI).
"NINE APPS Parents Should Know About" is a quick reference sheet about apps parents should be aware of to help protect their child. This was put together courtesy of the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office.