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How To Keep Your Kids Safe Online

Most children have a phone/ access to the internet and social media. What then happens if it’s their ‘friends’ who are targeting them?

We know that children online can be approached by the unknown and there is a big enough battle going on trying to prevent this from happening. Most children have a phone/ access to the internet and social media. What if it’s their ‘friends’ who are targeting them?

Safe at Last has collated data from reputable sources and over 100, 000 participants to create this helpful infographic to help us help our kids.
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Top Child Safety Statistics To Takeaway

  • 70% of kids encounter sexual or violent content online while doing homework research

  • 17% of tweens (age 8-12) received an online message with photos or words that made them feel uncomfortable, only 7% of parents were aware of this

  • 65% of 8-14 year-olds have been involved in a cyberbullying incident

  • 36% of girls and 31% of boys have been bullied online

  • 16% of high school students have considered suicide because of cyberbullying

  • 75% of children would share personal information online in exchange for goods and services

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