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Younger Children more active in Online Smart Phone by McAfee Report | Youngest Indian children among online threats, will be surprised to report, parents must read

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report prepared in this way
McAfee created Life Behind the Screens of Parents, Twins Ant Teens. The company has prepared this report on the basis of a survey of 15,500 parents and their 12,000 children from 10 countries including America, India, UK.

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83% of teenagers used smart phones
The report, dated May 12, said that compared to 10 to 14-year-olds, this is 7 per cent higher, of whom 76 per cent said they used a smart phone or mobile phone. Worldwide, 83 percent of adolescents between the ages of 15 and 16 said they used a smart phone or mobile device. However, the purpose of this survey was to see how parents keep themselves and their children safe from the risks associated with the Internet.

Cyberbullying incidents increased by 18 percent
Survey data show that at the age of 17 or 18, the incidence of cyber bullying was found to increase by 18 percent. On the other hand, there has been an increase of 16 percent in the cases of theft of online accounts and 14 percent in the cases of unauthorized use of personal data of others. However, statistics are also showing that in 73 percent of the cases, children sought help from their parents more than other resources for online safety. But, the reality is that parents seem to be lagging behind in protecting their children from cyberbullying.

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Online problem in boys more than girls
The research also found gender discrimination among parents when it came to keeping children safe from online risks. 59 percent of the children hid their online activities. For this, in addition to deleting browser history, they also delete everything they do online. Statistics show that girls are more protected against online risks. However, when it came to problems, the boys suffered more online. In the countries where the survey was conducted, it was seen that 10 to 14-year-old girls were more closely monitored by their parents on their personal computers or laptops than boys of the same age, while boys were more likely to hide their online activities from their parents. There was more fear. 23 percent of parents said they would check the browsing and email history of their daughters aged 10 to 14. At the same time, the number of parents of boys of the same age who did this was only 16 percent. Similarly, 22 percent of parents were found who blocked access to some sites for girls. Whereas, in the case of boys, only 16 percent such parents have been found.

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