Parents Give A Slap On The Wrist To Wearable Devices

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Redwood City, United States, November 14, 2018: Global research by online security software provider, AVG, has found that 43% of parents fear smart devices encourage children to share personal images and data online. With the increasing popularity of children’s smart watches and fitness trackers, the AVG Digital Diaries research aims to uncover the parental attitudes towards the increasingly device-centric culture today and the huge amount of new and personal data generated by their kids.

Data security and privacy concerns

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