BBC: Parents 'underestimate' net risks

Parents are still largely unaware of the risks their children take on the net, even though 75% of teenagers use the net at home, says a report.
A London School of Economics study suggested 57% had seen net porn but most stumbled on it accidentally via spam or pop-ups.
Only 16% of parents thought their children had seen porn online.
Children are aware of net safety, but parents need help in understanding how to talk through good and bad net experiences and risks, said the report. Many nine to 19-year-olds worried that if they told their parents about negative experiences, their net use would be severely restricted or their parents would overreact.