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Understanding the online behavior and risks of children: results of a large-scale national survey on 10-18 year olds

@article{Daskalaki2020UnderstandingTO,
  title={Understanding the online behavior and risks of children: results of a large-scale national survey on 10-18 year olds},
  author={Evangelia Daskalaki and Katerina Psaroudaki and Marieva Karkanaki and Paraskevi Fragopoulou},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2008.10274}
}
The Internet has opened up new horizons of knowledge, communication and entertainment in our lives. Through this, young people are presented with a wealth of opportunities and activities that can enhance their skills and empower their knowledge and creativity. However, the online engagement of young people often comes with significant risks, encountered by children accidentally or deliberately. The emergence of new online services at an unprecedented speed and innovation brings the need… Expand

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