The NSPCC has asked over 600 primary school children what information they needed to stay safe online. More than 80% said they needed to know more about privacy settings on mobile apps and games.
The survey coincides with an update to the Net Aware guide which keeps parents and carers informed of issues around social media sites and online platforms popular with their children.
This week, 12 new sites have been added to the guide including Tapatalk and Pheed, which many parents may not be familiar with, plus well-known games like Call of Duty that allows users to chat online.
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