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Most Children Still Surf Unsupervised

Posted: 25th Jul, 2003 By: MarkJ
Unsurprisingly new research from the 'Schools Health Education Unit' has found that the majority of boys and girls aged between 12-13 and 14-15 go online without adult supervision:

The last three years have seen the proportion of girls aged 12-13 who said they were "never" supervised while browsing the Internet jump from 33% in 2000 to 53% in 2002.

And 71% of boys aged 14-15 said they were never supervised by an adult while using the internet. Dr David Regis of the Schools Health Education Unit, which carried out the research, said the results were "striking".


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