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In a survey of 825 adults and children between the ages of seven and 16, Shared Hope International found one out of eight parents allowed their children to use the internet from the age of two.
Consequently, only one out of 10 make their children wait until they are 10 or older, as recommended by experts.
All cell phone users need to be aware that a cell phone's GPS can provide others with the user's exact physical location.As a result, many children are using the internet unsupervised at an early age.Studies found that over 71 percent of parents do not supervise their children's internet use after the age of 14, yet a shocking 72 percent of all missing children cases that begin online involve children who are 15 or older.Unfortunately, regardless of parental intentions and involvement, the Kidsafe Foundation reports nearly 32 percent of teenagers hide or delete their browsing history from their parents. Likewise, 16 percent of teens have email or social media accounts their parents are unaware of.Often, children even lie about their ages in order to create such accounts, attracting attention from older children or even adults.