Study: US Parents More Ambivalent About Net

[AP] Parents have become more ambivalent about the Internet, with a new study finding fewer of them considering it good for their children.The Pew Internet and American Life Project said Wednesday that about 59 percent of Americans with children ages 12-17 consider the Internet a positive influence on their kids. That is based on a 2006 survey, the latest available on the topic, and represents a drop from 67 percent in 2004.
http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2007/10/25/1192941185885.html
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