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Telenor Norway urges parents to mind children's web habits

Tuesday 16 August 2016 | 12:36 CET | News
Norwegian children are the most digitally competent in Europe, tying with their Swedish neighbours, but are also European champions in online bullying. So said Telenor Norway, citing a survey called EU Kids Online. It urged parents to have a talk with their offspring about their digital etiquette during the school summer holidays.

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Countries: Norway
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