No parental controls: Why 10% of children may be addicted to pornography

Monitor and limit your children's Internet usage, and don't feel guilty about loading tracking apps on a child's computer or cellphone. — Homework photo created by jcomp -

Most kids have grown up with computers, smartphones and social media, and they're pretty good at working the technology.

Unfortunately, their lack of maturity and critical thinking skills leaves them vulnerable to sexual predators, bullies and any number of scams, said Michael Ollom, an Albuquerque social worker.

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