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Maintaining an ongoing, open dialogue about online safety is crucial. Even if children are not allowed to play certain games at home, they may be exposed to them in other places. A British survey of 20,000 children ages 11-18 reported that 57 percent said they have accounts that “adults don’t know about.”Children may withhold information from caregivers, especially if they are targeted online, out of fear of losing their games, Dr. Silverman said. “Share with your children that they won’t be in trouble if they come to you about this,” she suggested. “Let them know that you are there to support them.”
Review online content and the accounts that your children interact with, as well as privacy settings and parental controls. Be transparent so your children know you will be checking.Ms. Getz recommended that caregivers check game ratings. Online platforms for children under 13 have stricter privacy requirements under the federal Children’s Online Privacy Protection Rule than platforms that target older users.Ensure that your child knows what to do if they are targeted. To start with, they should tell a trusted adult who can provide support. It is important to screenshot the comments, block offensive users, leave the game or chat, and report abusive accounts.
Reporting procedures vary by platforms — review with your child how to submit a report before a problem arises.Reporting may feel futile when platforms are slow to respond, but experts say it matters. “Reporting helps children feel empowered that they did something,” Ms. Getz said. “Choosing not to report also means hateful accounts have little chance of being flagged.”
Caregivers should report threats of violence to law enforcement.
Kids who witness online abuse can help by making it clear that they will not be a bystander to hate, Ms. Getz said.Osterweil, now creative director of MIT's Education Arcade, has since developed several important games, but said, "I will always love Zoombinis. The other night I was up til 1 o'clock playing it. I got hooked on it again."
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