We are living in a unique period of human history, an intense period of flux, change, and disruption that may never be repeated. A big shift in living and thinking is taking place due to the rapid and pervasive introduction of new technologies to daily life, which has changed the way we communicate, socialize, and do almost everything else. The internet is omnipresent, always delivering rich, stimulating content-all day, all night, always on. Between the years 2000 and 2015, the number of people with access to the Internet increased almost sevenfold-from 6.5 percent to 43 percent of the global population. In an age of ubiquitous technology-mobile phones, tablets, and public Wifi-surely monitoring youth behavior online is almost impossible for parents, grandparents, teachers, or caretakers. The point at which technology companies design an app that allows children to take risky images that are transmitted and viewed and then disappear, is the point at which child’s covert behavior is arguably being enabled by technology. In the world of social media from Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter and many more, how can we be assured that our children are protected from negative media influences and even with peer pressure influences.