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Parental Controls: Calculating Data Usage

How much data do your kids need to use their mobile devices? In addition to, which gives you an estimate on some of the most popular apps’ data usage BEFORE you download them, there are also parental control tools available to help you estimate your kids (or ...

CTIA Statement on President Obama’s NSA Reform Proposal

Following President Obama's NSA reform proposal, I said:

“CTIA welcomes the President’s efforts to start a dialog to address these important issues, and we look forward to working with the Administration, Congress and key stakeholders as they seek to develop policies that strike the appropriate balance between America’s national security interests ...

Parental Controls: Controlling Your Kid’s Device Usage

CTIA’s, the resource for parents raising digital kids, lists parental control features from a number of device manufacturers and wireless providers.

To help the busy parent, look for the “Use” symbol () to identify the apps or features that:

Block calls and text messages ...

CTIA Statement on the D.C. Circuit Court’s Decision on Net Neutrality

Following the D.C. Circuit Court's Decision on Net Neutrality, I said:

“While we are still reviewing the text of the opinion, today’s court decision does nothing to temper CTIA members’ long-standing commitment to an open Internet and a vibrant wireless ecosystem because that’s what wireless customers demand. In fact, the ...

Wireless Improves Students’ Interest and Scores in Math: January WOW Wireless Lifechanger

A North Carolina school district is achieving remarkable success by integrating mobile technology into its math curriculum. In addition to preparing its students for the 21st century workforce and increasing their interest in and mastery of math concepts, the program also offers teachers a chance to learn from experts so ...

Growing Wireless Lists Parental Control Tools and Features: January WOW Insider Interview

CTIA’s Director of State Regulatory and External Affairs Matt Gerst discusses the parental control tools and features available to monitor and manage their kids’  wireless device usage on

Cyberbullying: Tips and Tools to Protect Your Kids: January WOW Policy Point

What is cyberbullying, and more importantly, how do you protect your kids from it or prevent your kids from being a bully? To help parents with this issue, CTIA’s Growing Wireless provides tips and tools to help kids be safe and responsible online users.


Improve Student Learning & Engagement with Wireless: January WOW Wireless at Work

Wireless devices are revolutionizing education, and Airwatch Chairman and Co-founder Alan Dabbiere explains how mobile improves engagement and offers students more resources.

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