Mar 2, 2022
A young person or child can’t “unsee” something they aren’t yet supposed to see… think about that for a moment.
Going online for a child ‘should be’ a safe and monitored experience but unfortunately for many it is not… and parents often feel helpless.
The digital world available to all of us today is certainly amazing and exciting but also so easily accessible for minors and highly explicit in many cases.
Our guest today on Strong By Design has made it his mission to improve the safety features of digital devices and to ensure our children are saved from a world of predators, violence and adult only content.
"We have technologies being created by organizations that care nothing about our children and we want to stand in that gap." -Chris McKenna
00:40 - Welcome to the ‘Strong by Design’ podcast
03:48 – Meet Chris McKenna, founder of ‘Protect Young Eyes’ organization
05:54 – Chris talks about how ‘Protect Young Eyes’ started and why
10:54 – Should kids have smartphones?
19:10 – Children now vs. then: Growing up in a digital world
24:28 – Chris talks about his 2019 senate committee experience
31:40 – The dangers of the smartphone
36:35 – Chris on how to build digital trust with your kids
41:04 – Why parental controls do not work
49:55 – Chris on training law enforcement agencies and the internet crimes trends to watch out for
55:12 – Where you can go to learn more about ‘Protect Young Eyes’
Connect w/ Chris:
Connect w/ CriticalBench: