Survey reveals need for better monitoring of web-surfing kids

A social-media survey conducted by the Office of The Children’s Advocate (OCA) found that 52.1 per cent of young people admitted to giving a wrong age so as to access a website or sign in for an online account.

In discussing the issue with The Gleaner, Children’s Advocate Diahann Gordon Harrison said while the survey showed some positive signs, for the most, it pointed to the need for more guidance as to how teenagers navigate cyber-space.

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