Children are among the most connected people in the U.S., average more than two hours per day on their devices of choice. While this can help expand their knowledge and understanding of the world, it also puts them at greater risk of identity theft and falling victim to online predators. It’s so hard for parents to keep tabs on what their kids are doing, and it’s near-impossible to know everything their doing online all the time. That’s where our friends at Kpass come in. Kpass is a digital identity tool that allows parents to control which websites and apps can gain access to their kids’ personal information. It’s like a digital permission slip, giving parents peace of mind and helping children learn safe practices online.