Amazon is adding a special dashboard for parents of tech-savvy kids to help them track their kids’ activity on Amazon devices. The dashboard and other features are an update to Amazon FreeTime, a parental control feature Amazon has had for years. With this, parents will get daily reports about their kids web activity. Parents, you’d be able to see what your kid plays, reads, and looks at in little percentage wheels. Amazon is also giving parents Discussion Cards, a teaching tool which will teach parents what their kids are looking at. The Cards also help the parents to engage with…

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