The program is currently halted, reportedly due to technical difficulties.
"We’re sorry this happened, and are taking steps to make sure we don’t make a mistake like this again," the company said in a blog post.
Child monitoring apps are marketed to keep kids safe, but experts say many raise privacy concerns.
The woman, whose in-flight interaction was documented on social media, has asked to remain anonymous because she's been harassed and shamed.
Intrusion for financial gain is now the accepted way of our country.
Captain America knows best.
By Klint Finley for WIRED. Protecting Internet privacy should be a bipartisan issue, right? After all, Americans seem united
Pity the poor foxes in charge of the hen house.
"If I don’t like the practices of Google, I can go to Bing... But if I don’t like the practice of my network provider, I’m out of luck."
The more teens know about how to protect themselves online, the better. The video contest is a great way for teens to share what they have learned and to have fun watching the ways other teens choose to share their own experiences.