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Norwegian parents feel pressed to ignore minimum age limits

Tuesday 11 April 2017 | 12:31 CET | News
More than half of parents in Norway say they feel under pressure to let their children play computer games or use social media even when they are younger than the minimum age to do so, said Telenor. It found that seven out of ten children must follow the rules on age limits when they play games at home, at 65 percent of minors consider those rules to be justified.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Telenor Norway
Countries: Norway
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