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Hasinoff explains app and tech impact for parents

Hasinoff explains app and tech impact for parents

WhatsApp  uses data to send text messages, pictures and videos, and got a lot of attention after it was purchased by Facebook for $19 Billion last month. “There’s lots of apps that do this but WhatsApp has just become very popular very fast,” Amy Hasinoff, an assistant professor in communication, explained to Fox 31, stressing that while technology changes parents need to stay focused on the content of their children’s communications rather than the delivery systems.

WhatsApp and other mobile messaging apps parents should know about
Fox 31
, Apr 2


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