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Most parents/carers aren’t aware of what type of platforms kids can access from their devices, making them susceptible to a host of risks like online grooming and sexual abuse.
Most apps are not suitable for very young children unless they’re made specifically for them. Check out our minimum age for the most popular apps.
With gaming apps like Roblox and Among Us all the rage right now, in-game spending on tokens, for example, is so too. Check out our in-game spending guide where you will find out more about the types of spending that children can be exposed to when playing their favourite online games.
Research shows us that only 2% of children and young people in the UK have the critical literacy skills they need to tell whether a news story is real or fake. To help kids combat fake news and misinformation, click here.
Screen time can offer children opportunities to learn and develop new skills at a touch of a button but like anything, too much of it can have a negative effect on their wellbeing. Click here to download our balancing screen time guide.
*Based on survey results the following were concerns of roughly 4,000 parents and carers of children aged between 0-14+ year-olds.