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Sharenting: making choices that shape the future identity of your children
A digital footprint: information about a person left online. Are you creating an involuntary one for your kids?
How to restrict inappropriate content and limit screen time? Use parental control
Even if you teach your children about the potential dangers of using the internet or how easy it is to get addicted to the immersive world of gaming, it’s good to have some level of control over what they do and see when using digital technologies. That is what parental control is for. So how do you set them up and what can they do?
The dangers of hoaxes and how to help your children recognise them
With hoaxes becoming more elaborate by the day, it's important to teach our little ones the skills to spot them early on.
The double-edged sword of social media
Over the past few years, social media has become a ubiquitous part of the lives of children and teens. Using various digital platforms is second nature for these so-called digital natives, be it for staying connected with friends, sharing opinions and interests, or keeping up-to-date with favorite celebrities. 45% of teens said they were online on a near-constant basis, according to a survey by the Pew Research Center.