27 Nov '15, 4pm

Food for Thought Friday: New Privacy Concerns for Facebook, How Much Trust Kids Place In Search Engines, Chang...

Food for Thought Friday: New Privacy Concerns for Facebook, How Much Trust Kids Place In Search Engines, Chang...

One in Five Kids Believe Search Engine Results Are Always True by John Zorabedian via Naked Security on November 23, 2015 About one in five children aged 12 to 15 believe that information found in search engines like Google or Bing must be true. In fact, more kids are more likely in 2015 vs. 2014 to believe various kinds of online information are always true, according to a study just out from Ofcom , the UK regulator of media and communications industries, which has been tracking kids’ and parents’ media habits since 2005.

Full article: http://www.semrush.com/blog/food-for-thought-friday-new-p...

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