Private browsing on smart phones

If your children received an iPhone 5 or an iPad for Christmas, or perhaps they received an iPad at school instead of textbooks, you ought to be aware that Apple’s mobile operating system iOS has an option to browse the web in secret.

If your kids turn on Private Browsing, they can browse the web in secret. There will be no record of Internet history, cache, logins, searches, or anything else that would normally be visible.

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