Gathering global evidence on children`s online rights, opportunities, and risks
A multi-method toolkit for investigating children`s online experiences around the world
Netsafe`s latest research provides insights from a study looking at New Zealand parents’, caregivers’ and whānau perceptions of children`s experiences of online risk and harm. It is the third report from Ngā taiohi matihiko o Aotearoa – New Zealand Kids Online, Netsafe`s implementation of the Global Kids Online methodology, and the first to look at parents’ perspectives of the challenges their children navigate online.
Technologies are not beneficial or harmful all by themselves. Much depends on how technologies are designed, deployed and promoted by businesses and the state, on how parents interact with children in relation to digital contents and services at home, and how schools embed technologies in their curricula to support learning and participation. A new report compares findings from the Global Kids Online survey in Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica and Uruguay, pointing to the importance of media literacy, parental mediation, and state regulation for maximising children`s online benefits and minimising harm.
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It is important to us that children can enjoy our sites in a responsible fashion. We, therefore, encourage children to consult with their parents before providing personal information. We also encourage parents to supervise their children`s online activities by, for example, adopting parental control tools available from online services and software manufacturers that help provide a child-friendly online environment. These tools can also prevent children from disclosing online their name, address, and other personal information without parental permission.
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