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O2 backs relaunch of Net Aware site for parents

Tuesday 27 August 2019 | 16:40 CET | News
A study commissioned by O2 UK shows that almost a third (29%) of children aged 8-13 have given out their personal details to people met online. The survey of 2,000 children revealed that the profiles of almost a quarter displayed email addresses while 8 percent contained phone numbers. Some profiles even had home addresses. They often contained seemingly innocent details such as pet names (25%) and schools currently attended (24%).

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: O2 UK
Countries: United Kingdom
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