CLEVELAND -- Six students are suspended from Willard High School in Huron county after being accused of posting nude photos of a student to Snapchat.
The school district took the cell phones of the six students and turned them over to Willard Police, who are now conducting a criminal investigation.
The constant dilemma for parents is whether or not to monitor their children’s electronic devices. Some feel it is an invasion of privacy and others feel it’s just a part of being a parent in today’s world.
If you decide to keep an eye on your children's phones, most experts and specialist suggest being open and honest about what you're doing and why.
So just how many parents are monitoring? A PEW study last year found that 61 percent of parents say they check which Web sites their children have visited and 60 percent admit to checking on their social media profile.
There are plenty of monitoring apps available, should you choose that route. TopTenReviews highlights apps like WebWatcher and NetNanny as some of the better ones, but their favorite is Qustodio.
Qustodio allows a parent to monitor chat apps, text, e-mails, images sent or received and photos and videos taken on a phone. It also lets you block apps or websites as well. The app is listed online at about $55 a year for five devices.