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  • Parents want control over kids’ device use
  • Parents want control over kids’ device use
    Jim Bauer (2015) ©
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Parents want control over kids’ device use

Growing up in a digital age, more and more children have access to the internet via smart devices. But the ones making the decisions on whether kids have smartphones are the parents, and marketers are increasingly taking their concerns into account.

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