Apps and games will sometimes ask for access to certain data, like location, photos, contacts, and more.
When you create a new log in account, you will be asked to follow the steps to signing into i Cloud.
Siri can make a lot of things easier to find on the Mac, but exposing your child to possible privacy and security risks may not be worth it.
You can disable Siri and lock down certain computer utilities, like printer settings and Dock modifications, with parental controls.
If your child does not have his or her own i Cloud account, you can skip this process.
Once you've created separate accounts with parental controls for your children, you can restrict and change access and privileges from another computer as long as you know the administrator name and password of the account of the computer they are using and both computers must be on the same network.