Teenage and rebelling nature come hand in hand today. They will try to go against everything you say to them and will not even feel ashamed. Maybe it’s because they think this time of their life comes with liberty to try anything shamelessly and then not take the responsibility as well. I found some of my students capturing inappropriate pictures of female students I tried to stop them and inform the higher authorities. When asked for self reflect all they had to say was “everybody does it and we are not the only one.” That’s where we are as a society that the young blood can’t even differentiate between right and wrong.
In a research study of the University of Calgary, they have found frightening figures regarding teenagers and sexting.
- Roughly 15% of teenagers are responsible for sending a text message.
- On the receiving end, the stats are higher as 27% of teenagers admitted that they receive sext messages. The high number shows that one person can send the message to more than one person. Or the reason might be the simple defense approach as it is rather easy to accept that one receives a sext message than admitting that they are responsible for sending one.
Mobile phones and social media is the main reason behind this social issue as every teen own a smartphone. It is like your personal digital machine right in your hand 24/7. One of the apps that make the teenager more daring is Snapchat. See we all know that they play with the words privacy and secrecy by offering a self-destructive message option. I mean on the Snapchat app any message, image, video, or audio message self destruct as soon as it is received on the other end. That’s left with no record of whatsoever the message content was in the target device. Teenagers think it is rather easy to send an inappropriate, sexual, or sexist message through the app as there will be no record. But little do you know that there are tons of other options to save the record and then use it against the sender in the future. Even the fact that Snapchat sends you a notification when the screenshot is made on the receiver end shouldn’t make you relax as there are other ways to save the photo or video without notifying the sender.
So what is the best way out to minimize the potential damages and save the young generation from the destructive effects of so-called social media and the internet? There are many but we are going to talk about one of the easiest and most efficient uses of the Snapchat tracker from the Ogymogy spy app.
Here is how you can know about any illegal activity of the teen on social media apps.
Monitor the Snap Content:
Use the snap chat tracker and keep an eye on the content shared with friends and other online followers. Make sure your teen is not sharing sensitive content or nudes to strangers or even to close friends. Teach them it is really risky and inappropriate to send revealing photos to anybody through the internet. As it is a scary world out there and one can misuse your personal information or images in the worst way possible.
Find Out If They Are Victim Of cyber Bullying Or Blackmailing:
Keep an eye on the Snapchat text message and know if your kid is in any sort of trouble. Even the text message gets disappeared OgyMgy Snapchat tracker keeps the record of every single text on the web portal. Know if they are the victim of bullying, harassment, or blackmailing, and take legal action to protect your teenager.
Track Any Weirdo In the Contacts:
In case you find any weirdo or a person who is not of the same age group as your kid in contacts then you can keep an eye on them as well by using the Snapchat tracker. Monitor the content shared between both parties and take action if you find anything weird in the snap chat content.
A spy app in general cover all the major social media apps by offering a monitoring feature that let the user know all about the social media activities of the target with timestamp information