The Internet is more accessible than ever, with smartphones, tablets, and other devices finding their way into younger and younger hands. But while this accessibility provides a range of benefits, there are potential threats and dangers to consider, which we need to be proactive about.
Did you know that more than 65% of kids have accidentally visited an inappropriate website online? Or that more than a quarter of kids have been cyber-bullied?
Such issues raise important questions about what you, as a parent, can, and should, be doing to limit your children’s exposure to potential harm.
A version of this post was first published on the Digital Information World blog.
Source: Social Media Today
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