Hate speech, fake news and other things children see in online games

Parents are encouraged to keep tabs of their kids' online video gaming, which may include hateful elements. — dpa

When a child starts playing video games online, then sooner or later she or he will start chatting with other players.

In-game chats are rarely just about the game itself, and parents may want to think twice if their younger children are ready to handle these chats alone, if at all.

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