School-children are probably the most Internet-friendly and receptive group in the world. They are also the most vulnerable group as they are not conscious of the dangers they are running from its harmful content. 'Kids are schizophrenic', observed Professor Thierry De Smedt of the University of Louvain-Ia-Neuve. Whatever filtering devices, warnings, or strong recommendations from their teachers and their parents, as part of both home life and the educational system, the Net belongs to them.Download
Internet content and the protection of minors at school and at home: a new project by the French IIC chapter. Article by Pierre Braillard.
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