60 percent of teens rarely or never talk about appropriate behavior online with their parents even though 93 percent of parents said they talk about it at least occasionally, according to the Digital Civility Survey commissioned by popular gaming platform Roblox.
580 teens and 3,571 parents of seven to 17-year-old children responded to the survey through SurveyMonkey. Roblox shared the results of the survey to Heavy via email.
76 of parents responding to the survey said that they talk very frequently or frequently with their child about appropriate behavior online, with another 17 percent saying that they occasionally talk about it and 6 percent saying they rarely, very rarely or never talk about it.
However, only 12 percent of teens responding to the survey said that they talked very frequently or frequently about appropriate behavior online with their parents. 27 percent of teens said that they occasionally talk to their parents about online behavior while 60 percent said they rarely, very rarely or never talk to their parents about online behavior.
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Source:: Heavy.com – Games