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New app aims to keep kids safe online

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Atlanta based tech company has found a new way to keep children safe online nationwide. Bark's new award-winning service can monitor text messaging to social media and can automatically alert parents with signs of cyberbullying, predators and more. Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro, Julie Hyman and Rick Newman discuss with 'Bark' CEO Brian Bason.