theregister: Parents clueless about kids online

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Parents haven't a clue what their kids get up to online. That's just one of the findings of a report out today by the London School of Economics which reveals a gulf between what children do online - and what parents think their children get up to.
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For instance, the research found that 57 per cent of children aged nine to 19 have come into contact with pornography online. Yet, only 16 per cent of parents were aware that their children had seen porn online.
Equally, a third of young people admitted that had received "unwanted sexual or nasty comments", while only one in 20 parents were aware of this.