According to one study, nearly half also regularly check their search history
48% Parents use parental control apps to protect their kids InternetTo which they have access every time from a young age.
98% Join minors between the ages of 10 and 15 Internet On a regular basis according to the study ‘Use of technology by minors in Spain’ prepared by the National Observatory of Technology and Society.
This study also highlights that 70% minor age group have a mobile phone with Internet access, and 53% have carried out some after-school educational activity ‘online’ in the last three months.
Given this high rate, 90% of parents According to a study by computer security company Kaspersky, they claim to have discussed the rules of behavior with their children ‘online’.
45% Parents also acknowledge by regularly checking search history The number of children on the Internet and 51% say that children use electronic devices under their supervision.
Kaspersky’s report also states that half of parents (45%) admit to regularly checking their children’s search history on the Internet, while 51% say children use electronic devices under your care,
Similarly, 48% of applications use parental control A resource backed by after-sales service company Enovo, to protect your children on the Internet.
With this firm they underscore the importance of monitoring use time In this way, excessive exposure to the digital ecosystem of the device is avoided, and also to monitor the pages consulted smallWhich can help to “understand the preferences of each child while browsing the Internet”.
Enovo also recommends applying an action limiter that restricts online shopping’, In addition to blocking the content of dangerous downloads and preventing access to pages deemed inappropriate among other functions.
On the other hand, it recommends avoiding overexposure social network of minor. To do this, it is advisable to monitor not only the information they consult, but also the type of content Which they share through these platforms.
Finally, the firm finds it convenient to teach a minor compare information and expose you to the term ‘digital addiction’, which refers to the information overload available Internet and difficulty concentrating on a single task.
To do this, he recommends inviting them to contrast the sources they consult, and that these are reliable.
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