Monthly Archives: April 2013

Public-Private Partnerships to Fight Texting and Driving

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By Paul Grossinger Texting and driving may be on the wane in the near future.  In a sign that governments and private individuals are beginning to recognize the threat posed by texting and driving driving, public-private partnerships are beginning to form to directly combat the threat. This week, Ford and the Orlando Sentinel announced a partnership […]


Texting While Driving in the Lone Star State

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How MMGuardian is Addressing the Texting While Driving Epidemic in the Lone Star State By Paul Grossinger Texas’ legislature is now considering a ban on texting while driving. It’s time the Lone Star State, where more individuals drive more hours than any other in the nation, confront the growing epidemic. The Lone Star State’s response comes […]


Florida House Bans Texting While Driving

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Florida House Bans Texting While Driving and MMGuardian Can Help By Paul Grossinger Four days ago, the Florida House of Representatives committee cleared a bill to ban texting while driving and making it a secondary offense. This makes Florida the newest state to join a nationwide movement in the right direction to end texting and driving on America’s […]


MMGuardian Asks: Which Parental Control Do You Need?

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Parental control is becoming a critical part of keeping kids safe on their mobile phones.  The question is, which type of parental control do you need? You are unique. Your child is unique. Your relationship with your child is unique. So, logically, your parental control will have to be unique. In an increasingly customizable mobile world, […]


Beyond Web Browsing: Parental Control Needs for Parents

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MMGuardian and the Changing Dynamics of Parental Control By Paul Grossinger Ten years ago, parents worried about their teens’ exposure to one technology: the internet. The web was considered a funnel to a secret, frightening, open world of porn, chat rooms, and forbidden content in which children should have no place and parents had no […]