Why Don’t Parents Understand Their Kid’s Hi-Tech Gadgets [Headlines]

Why Don’t Parents Understand Their Kid’s Hi-Tech Gadgets [Headlines]
Gaming & Play

Older generation is having trouble understanding the electronics their offspring uses.

Sam McNerney
  • 13 february 2012

The digital divide between children and adults appears to have widened with only one in six parents understanding the gadgets used by the younger generation, a new survey has found.

It also discovered that more than two thirds of children are allowed to watch films seen as unsuitable for their age and a quarter play computer games that are classified for older people. The Telegraph

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