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  • iPlay is BBC iPlayer for kids
  • iPlay is BBC iPlayer for kids
    Ian Chase (2005) ©
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iPlay is BBC iPlayer for kids

The internet is now part of the environment that children grow up in, and parents are justifiably concerned about what their kids are exposed to in the digital space. To the relief of worried parents across Britain, the BBC has announced child-centric streaming service iPlay.

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