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How to help kids stay safe online

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Parents need to talk to their kids about their online behaviour
Parents need to talk to their kids about their online behaviour
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We live in the time of social media and everything digital. New apps and platforms are constantly emerging and it seems everyone wants to be part of the online social scene.

Social media activity can be exciting but it can also be problematic, especially for kids who don’t necessarily know how to secure their privacy.

This makes life even more challenging for parents who aren’t necessarily up to date with the latest technology and trends.

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