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Two thirds of parents admit to ‘snooping’ on children’s online and mobile activity

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One in five parents have been ‘shocked’ by content they have discovered on their children’s emails, texts or Facebook account, a new report has found. The alarmingly high figure emerged amid a study of 2,000 parents of kids aged 10-17, which showed 61% regularly snoop on their kids. It also emerged that one in five [...]


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Bump in the night? Millions of men send their other half to check for danger

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One in five men would happily send their wife to check out a strange noise downstairs in the middle of the night, it has been revealed. The worryingly high stat emerged from a study of 2,000 adults which also found most blokes would rather stay in bed than get up and check the house isn’t [...]


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Almost half of parents have found ‘inappropriate content’ on child’s smartphone

Seven in ten parents feel their children need more protection when going online, research has revealed. While six in ten parents say mobile phones are a crucial part of communicating as a family, the same number worry about the content their child is exposed to via their smartphone. Pornography and violent material are the leading [...]


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80% of children know parents’ tech passwords

Eight in ten children know the passwords or pin codes to their parents’ laptops, phones, tablets or PC’s, a study has revealed. One in ten kids said their parents constantly change their passwords so they can’t get access, but 18% admit they regularly sneakily look over their parents shoulder to find it out. A persistent [...]


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Millions of employees have stolen data or contacts after handing in notice

One in ten employees has stolen important data from their place of work after handing in their notice, a study has revealed. Researchers found before moving on to a new company, millions of workers have raided client databases or gathered contact details. Others have stolen product information in the hope of using it to give [...]


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Cyber sneaking- 20% of men have a ‘secret’ e-mail account hidden from other half

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One in five men have a secret email account they use to hide correspondence from their partner, a survey has revealed. Researchers revealed millions of men keep an account they opened years ago to correspond with an ex-partner or somebody their other half doesn’t like. Worryingly, one in ten of those deliberately set up the [...]


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Safe as Houses- more than a quarter of Brits keep a weapon in their home

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More than a quarter of Brits have a weapon in their home to use on intruders, a study by Swinton has revealed. Researchers found that nearly one in ten adults doesn’t feel safe in their own home and 27% of householders keep a weapon ‘just in case’. More than a third of those people keep [...]


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