"Software programs that speak to parental fears are manifold. Parents can block Web sites, getting alerts when the child searches for them. They can also monitor cellphones: a program called Mobile Spy promises to let parents see all text messages, track GPS locations and logged activity.."
The New York Times' Jan Hoffman talks about Mobile Spy speaking to parental fears in an article titled "As Bullies Go Digital, Parents Play Catch-Up."
"... has released a Mac version of its SniperSpy monitoring software that lets concerned parents and employers watch the entire screen of their children or employees' Macs instantaneously from any location. It's a hybrid monitoring system that also displays full activity logs of keystrokes, chat conversations and other activities."
Macworld's David Dahlquist describes the launch of SniperSpy Mac monitoring software to readers.