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The Project Kids on the net
The Project Kids on the net
You're watching The Project Kids on the net A survey of 11-19 year olds has found most are online without limits from their parents. Almost half of kids are using social media before the recommended age of 13. So should parents take more notice of what their kids are doing online?

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Kids on the net

Tue 06 Feb 2018 in 3 months

A survey of 11-19 year olds has found most are online without limits from their parents. Almost half of kids are using social media before the recommended age of 13. So should parents take more notice of what their kids are doing online?

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