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The British government is considering a proposal to eliminate child addiction to the Internet Communication means that the age of the account holder must be at least 13 years old

The British government is considering a proposal to eliminate child addiction to the Internet

The British government is considering a proposal to eliminate the addiction of children under the age of 13 on the Internet by setting specific times for children, during which they can only use social networking sites.

Communication means that the age of the account holder must be at least 13 years old; however, children may turn to this point by entering a fake birth date; however, some sites can recognize the estimated ages of their users, especially children, by browsing habits.

In Britain, a survey last year found that 83 percent of children aged 12 to 18 and 39 percent of those aged 8 to 11 had their own smart phones.

Of the two groups, 74% of those ages 12-18 have online accounts, compared with 23% for ages 8-11.

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