A third of children have adult social media accounts, UK regulator finds: How can we improve child safety online?

Enhancing online safety for children requires global collaboration on standards. Image: Unsplash/ROBIN WORRALL

Simon Torkington
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Children aged 8-12 were more likely to tell us they had a used a false date of birth when signing up to TikTok, raising concerns over their online safety.
Children aged 8-12 were more likely to tell us they had a used a false date of birth when signing up to TikTok, raising concerns over their online safety. Image: Ofcom
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Children are exposed to online safety risks when using adult social media profiles.
Children are exposed to online safety risks when using adult social media profiles. Image: Ofcom

How ensure your child's online safety.
How ensure your child's online safety. Image: Ofcom
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