thats true only problem like how i said that im a chem and math major and i need to have internet for college to study, get my grades from teachers, get help from teachers, etc… so theirs really no way i can get rid of it! I get rid of it when im at the actual school tho and arent one of those people who bring lap tops with me!
There are android apps that password protects specific apps. Such as the browser etc. That ought to be enough. One easy app is applock.
Want to prevent wifi? break the wifi chip.
To Clarify: I never said to not put filters on your child’s internet. I did say that CrazyBrit’s scenarios, while possible, are far-fetched. I also implied that the way the yeshivish community as a whole is dealing with this issue is counter-productive.
I never said to not put filters on your child’s internet.
I assumed that, but once the child has the device, it’s often easily broken through, so not having the device is safer.
There is no single approach in the “yeshivish community”, so you’d have to be more specific in your criticism.