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Indian children more exposed to cyberbullying than global average, shows McAfee report

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McAfee Corp., global security software company, has released a report titled ‘Life behind the screens of parents, tweens and teens’ today, May 12.

The report is the firm’s first ever global connected family study in which it surveyed 15,500 parents and over 12,000 of their children in ten countries to find out how they connect and protect themselves and their loved ones online.

The report has revealed some shocking information around Indian children and their exposure to cyberbullying. The report has highlighted the need for better infrastructural support for India’s cybersecurity framework.According to the report, children in India between the age of 10-14 appear to go mobile more quickly than nearly all their peers worldwide.

As can be viewed in the graph, they show some of the least uptick in mobile adoption as they grow older, contrary to many other countries.

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