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Survey: 1 in 5 parents never discuss cyber safety

Monday 4 February 2013 | 01:49 CET | News
One in five Australian parents have never discussed cyber safety with their children. Despite this broad range of concerns, the average parent admits to supervising less than half (49%) their child's internet activity. Supervision is highest amongst primary school aged kids with parents keeping an eye on their kids 63% of the time, research by Australian communications company Optus reveals. By the stage young people reach high school, parental supervision of online activity drops off with parents overseeing their teen's online activity only 34 percent of the time. Children are spending an

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