A campaign has been launched encouraging us to take a break from social media to improve our mental health.
The average person in the UK spends more than a day a week online, according to “A decade of digital dependency”, a new report released by Ofcom, the communications regulator in the UK.
Teenagers who frequently check their phone could increase their risk of developing attention and hyperactivity problems, a new study has found.
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The NHS (National Health Service UK) has diagnosed for the first time a 15-year-old boy with Internet Gaming Addiction .
The French minister of Education has announced that mobile phones will be forbidden in French schools.
Apple introduced on Monday a new feature for iPhones and iPads called “Digital Health” that will help users manage how much time they spend on their iPhones and iPads with tools that show how long users spend inside apps.
The standalone Messenger Kids app was launched in December 2017 with strict parental controls including contact approvals and safety filters to prevent children sharing inappropriate material. Facebook says that data collected from it will not be used for advertising purposes and the app contains no ads.