To use the BrightCanary app, you need your child’s account passwords. That can feel like a roadblock. First, help your child understand how monitoring is important for their online safety. Then, show your child how BrightCanary alerts parents to concerning content, like bullying. Ask your child to share their passwords with you so you can use BrightCanary to keep them safe. Many parents make monitoring and password sharing a condition for allowing their child to have a device.