Archives for September 2016

75% of parents do not exercise any type of parental control of their children’s mobile

75% of parents do not have any type of parental control of their children’s cell phones, despite the fact that 31% are concerned that their child may make improper use of this device, according to a survey made to our readers in this same Blog.

El 75% de los padres no ejerce ningún tipo de control parental del móvil de sus hijos

Around 29% of parents buy their children their first ‘smartphone’ before age 12, which shows that children depend, increasingly from younger ages, on this type of device. This multiplies the importance of “accompanying” them in their use to increase their security.

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