The pandemic proved the perfect storm for children of all ages to be given some kind of digital device. This came in the form of a Laptop, Chromebook, Tablet or mobile phone. While intended for educational purposes (and in particular remote and hybrid classes) their usage has inevitably gone beyond this. A recent Ofcom (the UK communications industry regulatory body) report states that “by the age of six, one third of children in the UK own a mobile. It’s 90 per cent by the time they hit 11, and by 15 almost every teenager has one”. As the article goes on to discuss “Children are exposed not just to harmful content, such as pornography, but to social pressures of the kind that were unimaginable when we were young”. Spying is not the solution either. But there is another way: the concept of Digital Parental Interaction. This enables a parent to manage the access to apps and internet (using a built-in browser) without spying. Setting rules is one thing, but helping a child be protected at all times is of utmost importance. We have that covered.