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Avira SocialShield - Protect Your Kids on Facebook,Twitter And Google+

Social networking presents a range of exciting benefits to users, but at the same time it also open up to stalkers, imposters, identity thieves and criminals. If you’re a parent and want to monitor your kid’s social networking activity to keep them safe on Facebook, Google +, Twitter and others, give a try to Avira’s Free SocialShield.

SocialShield is a monitoring service that helps parents keep their kids safe on Facebook, Twitter, Google + and other major social networking sites.

With this parental control tool, you can monitor your children’s social web use in real time –their activity, private conversations, posts, uploaded photos, friends list and more. You can also identify whether your kids are connecting from home, school or a friend’s house, you can confidently navigate the potential dangers of a connected world.

Avira SocialShield is quite simple to setup. Just sign-up, connect with social networking sites, add a kids, start monitoring their online activities and take necessary action to keep them safe.

Watch below video to get an idea about Avira SocialShield.

 You’ll get more information about Avira SocialShield at here.


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