Released: November 25, 2020
Four online safety myths that parents should know
Source: Danielle Braff, Washington Post (Paid Registration)
Thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, children are spending more time online than ever before, chatting on gaming platforms, posting selfies on Instagram and making TikTok videos for friends (and the rest of the world) to see.
But exploitation experts are worried about children’s newly robust online lives, and about the misconceptions their parents have about online safety.
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