Snapchat is bring it’s first parental control center. The new tool, called Family Center, promises to give parents more insight into who their teenagers are communicating with on the messaging app — without divulging the content of those conversations. Parents must create their own Snapchat account, and teens have to opt-in and give permission for them to use the feature. The news comes nearly 10 months after an executive from the company told Congress it was developing tools aimed at helping parents keep their teens safe. Click Here To Read More.