Can my parents see my Internet history on the bill?
Originally Answered: Can my parents see what I’m looking up on the Internet through my phone bill.
No they cannot.
The only thing that will show on the bill is the device used to access the internet and how much data was used to do it.
It will not show what sites were accessed..
Can school WIFI see your Imessages?
Although iMessage does use wifi, it and other messaging over wifi service have varying degrees of encryption that make it highly unlikely that the school would be able to access the content of messages.
Can a WIFI network see your texts?
Text messages sent via cellular networks cannot be seen by anyone who has access to your router. … Your text messages, if you’re talking about SMS, do not use the WiFi, but your phone provider’s network.
Can school WIFI see what your doing?
So, it depends. The WiFi connection allows the host (your school) to see the sites you visit, but not necessarily what you type in to websites. … If you use the school’s WiFi then the short answer is yes, any traffic you send through the network is potentially logged and thus they can see what you’re doing.
Can your school see your Internet history at home?
Technically, its possible but highly unlikely. It’s just your school. As of you logging your school account from your home with guest chrome user. The school account may do some basic tracking but a full blown monitoring won’t happen.
Can the owner of the WiFi see your history?
Yes. If you use a smartphone to surf the Internet, your WiFi provider or a WiFi owner can see your browsing history. Except for browsing history, they can also see the following information: Apps you were using.