'National debate needed' on internet use by children

January 2014
Community Practitioner;Jan2014, Vol. 87 Issue 1, p8
Academic Journal
The article talks about the efforts made by coalition of anti-bullying organisations in U.K., Anti-Bullying Alliance & computer security company McAfee to generate awareness about cyber bullying of children as in various surveys, lack of parental supervision of online usage by children is reported.


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