Smartphones and minors: greater use, greater risk exposure and less damage

Smartphones and minors: greater use, greater risk exposure and less damage

Smartphones and minors: greater use, greater risk exposure and less damage

Smartphones and minors: greater use, greater risk exposure and less damage

In Spain, children have their first mobile phone at the age of 8 years, when it was only six years before they reached their first Children terminal in Spain when they had their first mobile phone at the age of 8 years.

This means that Spain exceeds the average of the European Union. This can be seen from the book’ Between selfies and Whatsapps,’ a diagnosis on the safety of minors on the Internet that is currently being made.

One of the book’s co-authors, Maialen Garmendia, believed that online risk is also more aware.

The fact remains that, although bullying is the most damaging of risks, “face-to-facing is more common than online, so technology should not be blame,” said this expert. “If there is more use, it is clear that more risk exposures, however, the truth is that the percentage of those suffering is less.

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However, the book’s authors believe that beyond the risks there must be an analysis of the opportunities of early access to technologies and that certain data about this study have been revealed.

It is therefore clear that their smartphone is something for minors, both in relation to their friends (55 %) and in relation to their families (25 %). One in four also feel more secure when they’re carrying their smartphones, allowing them to more easily organize their lives at 19 percent.

That is, the “substantial social well-being” of these technological instruments is that “they are developing their lives through technologies.”

The report notes that there is no socio-economic divide in our country as far as the penetration of smartphones is concerned. There is something that happens when it comes to accessing computers.

The authors of the report are concerned about this, because these PCs could reduce the technological gap. In addition, this report shows that parents tend to monitor both the smartphone and mobile telephones for their children.

Those parents are at the intersection of the protection of their children and respect their privacy, although technical supervision and monitoring by means of gps can be performed. They therefore do not monitor everything out of respect for the privacy of their children.

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