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- Intrusive monitoring of internet use by parents actually leads adolescents to increase their risky online behavior
Posted: 21 Jan 2015 06:05 PM PST
The amount of time children spend using screens, such as televisions and computers, on a daily basis exceeds recommended guidelines, according to research. These guidelines were drawn up at a time when tablets, cell phones and other mobile devices were not as present in everyday life, which suggests they need to be redrafted, experts say.
Posted: 21 Jan 2015 06:04 PM PST
Posted: 21 Jan 2015 12:54 PM PST
Posted: 21 Jan 2015 06:35 AM PST
The concern of many parents regarding their children's online habits tend to relate to hazardous behaviors, ranging from the disclosure of personal information on public forums and revealing feelings to strangers, to face-to-face meetings with strangers. Parents, naturally, want to prevent such precarious behaviors to the degree possible without infringing on their teens' feeling of independence.
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