Three Quarters of Child Internet-Users in Young Families On the Internet By Age Seven

Seven in Ten (69%) Parents Believe It’s Important for Children to be Tech-Savvy From a Young Age

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Toronto, ON – Three quarters (75%) of Canadian children in young families who use the Internet were on the Net by the age of seven, according to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of TELUS. An additional two in ten (20%) child Internet-users were online by the age of 10, while just 5% were older than 10 when they started...

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Three Quarters of Child Internet-Users in Young Families On the Internet By Age Seven

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