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Seventy-six percent of parents are concerned about their children’s online safety.

Aug 15 2018

Seventy-six percent of parents are concerned about their children’s online safety. Of those, PCMag reports that 51% describe their concern as “significant or major.” Some of their worry could come from the fact that they don’t know how to stay safe online themselves: 36% have never been properly educated on cybersecurity. In addition, 92% of 18-33-year-old parents told Ypulse that they’re at least “somewhat concerned” about their children's online privacy. (PCMag)