Some 53% of parents do not use controls designed to stop their children from looking at violent or pornographic imagery, campaigners for greater online safety found.
The Internet Matters campaign also found:
- Another 48% of parents would prefer information about child internet safety to be available online.
- Some 58% of parents haven't applied any passwords.
- And 55% of parents don't monitor their child's internet usage.
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