Washington DC (PRWEB) September 06, 2012
uKnow.com, Inc. fully integrates social network, mobile phone and location monitoring into a single Parental Intelligence System called uKnowKids™. The company announced today it is partnering with Called to Rescue, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping minor children from sex trafficking, violence and abuse. Called to Rescue’s goal is to prevent violence, abuse and sex trafficking through education of youth and their parents and continuing awareness.
“We are excited to be partnering with such an innovating company” stated Called to Rescue’s founder Dr. Cyndi Romine. “uKnowKids™ is the perfect product for parents to help keep their kids safe. Its unique dashboard allows parents to watch their child without hovering over them.”
uKnowKids™ gives parents a bird’s-eye view into their child’s digital world in a non-invasive and constructive way. More than an “alert system” uKnowKids™ is an intelligence system that takes vast amounts of social networking, mobile phone and location data and represents it in easy to understand charts and graphs so parents broadly understand how and where their kids are using technology. This includes the translation of thousands of text lingo and slang terms. Most importantly, uKnow.com identifies inappropriate, dangerous and suspicious behaviors or people and then immediately notifies parents via email, text message and online so that they can take appropriate action.
“We couldn’t be more excited that Called to Rescue has decided to partner with us” stated Tim Woda, co-founder of uKnow.com. “They are a wonderful organization that has the same goal as we do, keeping children safe. Dr. Cyndi Romine is one of the leading authorities regarding sex trafficking whose knowledge and expertise is unsurpassable and we are proud to have the opportunity to work with her team.”
Headquartered in Rosslyn, VA, uKnow.com makes parenting easier and keeps kids safer online and on the mobile phone. uKnow.com powers the world's leading Parental Intelligence Systems including uKnowKids.com, SocialFirefly.com, aBeanstalk.com, SafeCyberKids.com, MySocialScout.net, P911Safety.com and others. For more information visit http://www.uknow.com.