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Pew mobile Internet study: Parenting changes with childhood mobile saturation

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Mobile saturation of childhood

Of the 12- to 17-year-olds living in the United States, 95 percent use the Internet, 93 percent have access to a computer at home, and 71 percent of teens with a computer at home share it with other family members – the biggest explanation, probably, for why teens’ Net use has gotten so mobile. It allows them to keep their connectivity personal.

Mobile digital divide narrower

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