As entertainment technology offers kids more ways to connect, it is important parents understand the risks and how to safely get the most out of these devices in the home.
Today is Safer Internet Day, so let's focus on YouTube. When children ask to go on the internet they usually mean "watch YouTube videos" and since the YouTube Kids app launched a couple of years ago, there has been a dedicated online destination for them to visit.
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