May 022010
 May 2, 2010  Posted by  Non-U.S., Online, Youth & Schools

Isaac Davison reports:

Almost half of all New Zealanders now use online social networks – but most of us are hugely concerned about the information children are sharing on the internet.

A Privacy Commission survey issued today reveals nearly 45 per cent of Kiwis have online profiles – most on Facebook – which is up from 32 per cent last June and 14 per cent in August 2007.

But the rush to social networking coincides with greater concerns over online privacy, especially for children.

Read more in the New Zealand Herald.

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