NEWS: PARENTS FAIL TO ADEQUATELY MONITOR KIDS ON MOBILE DEVICES

Parents Fail to Adequately Monitor Kids on Mobile Devices

A vast majority of English parents say they have spoken to their children about Internet safety when using mobile devices, but most still allow their children to usesmartphones and tablets unsupervised. Parents tend to be more lax when it comes to installing parental controlsand monitoring their children’s online activity on such devices, perhaps believing that mobile devices pose less of a risk to children than standard computers. In fact, according to a recent survey, nearly 20 percent of children admitted viewing something on a mobile device that they found to be upsetting. More… Discuss

 

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