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Protect Your Children from the Internet
19.03.2008 19:03
Protect Your Children from the Internet
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Russian psychiatrists say children should be protected from the World Wide Web.
      The internet becomes more and more popular among Russians. Since Russian state programme education provides internet connection to every Russian school, little human beings become exposed to its content, which is very often explicit. Internet communication may cause depression; many websites contain pornography; animosity is a frequenter in virtual reality. Any child can come across glorification of terrorism, incitement of ethnic hatred and other things, not suitable for anyone, let alone children.
      Russian scientists advise to open more websites for children, which will compete with a tsunami of negative content. Children should take part in development of such websites, since they know better what they want. Scientists claim their mission to protect children from abusive content is not impossible.
      Source: Science News


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