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Ensuring Safety for Kids on New Smartphones
Smartphones offer both convenience and challenges for children.
Smartphones offer both convenience and challenges for children.
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With 35% of teens receiving sexts and 54% encountering explicit content online, Canopy emerges as a vital parental control app.
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Yaron Litwin, Chief Marketing Officer at Canopy, warns against the dangers of sharing children's school photos online. He highlights the growing concern of 'sharenting'.
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An incident where AI was used to blackmail a teenage boy was shared with DailyMail.com by Yaron Litwin, who works at Canopy - a digital parenting app that detects and blocks pornography on every single website on the internet.
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Yaron Litwin, executive of AI-powered company Canopy, explains how "AI can be used for good" in an ongoing chess match with criminals using deepfakes in sextortion scams.
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Digital Safety Expert Yaron Litwin from Canopy highlights the misuse of AI in creating child pornography and blackmailing teenagers.
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In today's tech-driven world, where 54% of teens encounter adult content online before age 13, often unintentionally, parents face the daunting task.
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