Going online for kids is like stepping into The Upside Down in Stranger Things – there are monsters we don’t know

A recent survey of teenage children by the charity CyberSafeKids found that almost one in three boys access potentially psychologically harmful content by playing games online over the age of 18 and one in four children say they have been bullied online .

let’s think about it We know from adults who have experienced bullying as a child that it can have a lifelong impact on a person’s confidence, so it’s a big deal. I spoke to a woman about the survey, who showed me screenshots of online bullying addressed to her
sixth grade son, including threats to rape him orally and anally and told to kill himself. She said her boy was scared of the news. This abuse came from children his age.

https://www.independent.ie/opinion/comment/going-online-for-kids-is-like-entering-the-upside-down-in-stranger-things-there-are-monsters-were-not-aware-of-42003973.html Going online for kids is like stepping into The Upside Down in Stranger Things – there are monsters we don’t know

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