Archive for the ‘Kids & Wireless’ Category
Cell phones keep parents in touch with their kids and serve as a great safety tool for all. During a recent CTIA tradeshow, we heard from teens during a live keynote focus group on the safety value of wireless in their lives.
How involved are parents these days when it comes to teen use of wireless? Who’s calling the shots in the household? In a live keynote focus group session at a recent CTIA show, teens shared their experiences about who has the last say about wireless in their homes.
CTIA, the wireless industry and National Safety Council developed this PSA to urge teens to adopt the “On the Road, Off the Phone” philosophy to avoid the dangers of distracted driving. Safety should be everyone’s number one priority.
Child safety is a top priority for every parent, especially since kids are increasingly using mobile devices. Listen to CTIA’s Vice President of External and State Affairs Dane Snowden outline what the wireless industry is doing to equip parents, teachers and kids with the tools they need to ensure kids behave in an appropriate and [...]
The wireless industry joins parents in their commitment to wireless child safety by working with organizations such as the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children and providing adults with some simple tips to educate children about responsible wireless use.
DWT, or driving while texting, is incompatible with safe driving. CTIA supports state and local bans on this activity. Learn more about the industry’s safe driving positions, and watch its new public service announcement aimed at helping parents to tell their teens, “On the Road, Off the Phone.”
During the International CTIA WIRELESS 2010® show in Las Vegas, CTIA President and CEO and The Wireless Foundation President Steve Largent announced the launch of the multi-year, national education campaign, “Be Smart. Be Fair. Be Safe: Responsible Wireless Use.” Together with kids, parents, expert educators, The Wireless Foundation and our members, CTIA developed the Be [...]