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Com Hem says most parents think web keeps kids aware of news

Tuesday 31 May 2016 | 12:47 CET | News
Swedish fixed line operator Com Hem said 59 percent of people find the most positive thing about their children using the internet is that they are au fait with current social issues. The figure came from its first "digital wellbeing" monitoring report, Com Hem-Kollen, produced in conjunction with opinion polling company TNS Sifo, based on 2,500 questionnaires

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