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Under Parental Guidance

Tips to filter what your children are exposed to.

In this era of invasive tech, kids get to interact with gadgets galore at a very young age, can navigate most of them (especially the handy ones like smartphones or tablets) and also learn to surf and download. Gadgets are great learning tools, but they also provide access to the Web's endless flow of information and entertainment, which could be both addictive and dangerous (think of binge gaming, life threatening games like the Blue Whale Challenge or rising child abuse on the Internet).

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