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What your child will never tell you

What Your Child Will NEVER Tell You Only 15% parents are 'in the know about their kids Over 95% parents give a mobile phone to their, child for emergencies and The average age for a to keep the child within easy 1 in 5 parents haver't set up any rules for how their children's phones should be used. reach social networking habits first cell phone has fallen to 11.6 years Shockingly.... 44% 86% 57% M of teens admitted they've watched something online parents wouldn't approve teen girls conduct online chats without teen girls could read their parents' e-mail their parents knowing Communication with strangers 55% of teens have given out personal info to someone they don't know 29% 69% have been stalked or contacted by a stranger or someone they don't know of teens regularly receive online communications from strangers and don't tell a parent or caretaker Sexting Hi.... 15% 28% of 12-17 yrs old have received a 'sext' of 14-19 year olds have sent a naked picture of themselves through text or email Cyber Pranks 22% have been cyberpranked Cyber Bullying i 29% 56% Only 1 in 10 teen tells a parent if they have been a cyber bully victim of teens say they have been the target of some type of online harassment of teens have posted mean info, embarrassing photos or spread rumors about someone Driving m on d way.. 56% teenagers admit to talking on their cell phones behind the wheel 34% admit to texting while driving Pornography and exual abuse 21% say theyve received nude photos or videos from others. 70% children below 18 years have encountered online porn while doing a web search for homework 90% of children ages 8-16 have seen online pornography. WHAT PARENTS CAN DO children with filtering or blocking software/ applications. Only 1/3 of households are protecting their Steps: Provider-based controls won't work on the iphone and android phones. Use extensive parental controls like monitoring softwares. Knowledge is power- have a list of questions about features and plan options at the time of purchase. Consider parental controls from your cell carrier and devices. Report bullying or sexting. Mutually decide on when it is appropriate for your child to have a cell phone. Discuss and set rules for cell phone safety and usage. Presented By TRUSPY Sources: Social Media and Young Adults, Feb. 2010, Pew Internet & American Life Project Global Insights Into Family Life Online, June 2010, Norton/Symantec & StrategyOne http:/

What your child will never tell you

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