Only a quarter of EU parents use control software - study

Thursday 13 January 2011 | 12:18 CET | News
Only a quarter of EU parents use parental control software to monitor, track or filter what their children can do online, according to the EUKidsOnline survey conducted between April and August 2010 with over 25,000 children and one of their parents in 25 countries. The study found that 28 percent of parents block or filter websites, 24 percent track websites visited by their children, 70 percent talk to their children about what they do online and 58 percent stay near their children when they use the internet. The highest use of parental control software was found in the UK (54%) and the

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Categories: Internet
Companies: European Commission
Countries: Europe
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