Wednesday, 5 June 2013


How much do parents know about their kids' Internet activity? Not much, according to a new study from McAfee that shows parents really don’t know what their kids are up to online.

What's even more telling is that 46% of youth acknowledged they would change their behavior if they knew their parents were paying attention. Parents, however, are far from paying attention. In fact, the study says 74% of parents surveyed don’t keep up with their kids' online behavior and hope for the best.

There are a few parents though who do take advantage of password protection of sites and apps, but kids most often take advantage of their parents' lack of tech knowledge. Almost all of the kids who had passwords set on mobile apps knew those passwords. Read more...

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