What parents need to know when kids are on social media

It can be difficult for parents to keep up with the social networking apps children and teens are using. Not only new apps come along, but also the existing ones continuously add features and this makes difficult to help the kids avoid some common pitfalls such as oversharing or becoming victims of cyberbullying. Christine Elgersma from our partner Common Sense Media, has some tips for the most common social media red flags and how to deal with them.

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