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Browsing the Internet Without Parental Oversight

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Browsing the Internet Without Parental Oversight
« on: February 10, 2009, 07:01:31 PM »
Half of Europe's teenagers browse the web with no parental oversight or supervision, a survey suggests.

The research into the web habits of 20,000 14 to 19-year-olds across Europe found that 51% enjoy unfettered access to any and every website.

The MSN research also found that 29% of the teenagers it quizzed have suffered bullying while using the web.

It comes as the EU marks Safer Internet Day with pledges from 17 social sites to do more to protect younger users. - BBC

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Re: Browsing the Internet Without Parental Oversight
« Reply #1 on: February 10, 2009, 07:07:56 PM »
This is one of my worries since I have a 15-year old son. I work all day and I came late in the evening, so I tell him things which he might see and can´t cope emotionally. I don´t apply censor here because it could increase his curiousity or he might go somewhere else to a friend or classmate and simply surf the things not allowed here in my house.
I simply appeal to his conscience, what is good and educational for him.  A couple of years from now he can do anything he could. Of course I do pray a lot that he might be guided spiritually.

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