The report provides insight on what parents of children aged between 4 – 16 think about their children’s digital lives and what concerns they have about online risks. It also touches on what further help they need to support their children to stay safe online.
What’s inside the report?
Internet Matters CEO Carolyn Bunting provides a short introduction to the report and shares the impact that we’ve had on parents based on their feedback.
Outlines age-specific parental needs and concerns in drawn from parents who took part in the research.
Provides an insight into broader issues that parents are concerned about, such as keeping up with kids tech, risks of contact with strangers and online bullying.
This section looks at parents expectations and experiences of parental controls and what they want from them.
This section outlines four top areas to that parents would like to address; parental controls, how to have the right conversation about online safety, where to go for support on issues and how to get support from schools.
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