A recent investigative journalism series, The Facebook Files by the Wall Street Journal, has shone a light on the insights Facebook has on how their products can cause harm to some of their youngest users.
On the fence about TikTok for your tween? These five facts might help you decide.
A new survey of 2000 mums and dads with school-age children found overwhelming agreement: It’s harder than ever to let kids be kids.
Social media careers are a top aspiration for Gen Z kids. And some - urged on by a new generation of ‘stage’ parents - are pursuing their dreams of digital fame and fortune before they can tie their own shoes.
Young people's loneliness has increased dramatically since 2012, according to new research. So has smartphone use. And that’s no coincidence, insist leading psychologists Jonathan Haidt and Jean M. Twenge.
A new study shows twice as many of us worry more about online bullying than we do about COVID, the economy or crime.
What our kids post on social media is forever. Calls for 'digital erasure' could change all that.
Online harm and abuse were supercharged in 2020 - setting the scene for an “alarming new normal.”
True gaming addiction is rare and extreme.