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Those smartphones are a vehicle for a new crop of messaging applications or “apps” which teens use to socialize with their peers, anonymously post messages and send and receive photos and videos.
Denise Derosa, program manager of Family Online Safety Institute, an international nonprofit whose goal is to make the online world safer for kids and families, encourages parents to find out what app their child likes and why.“Parents should see the apps their kids are using and even try and use them themselves to get a feel for why their kids are using them.”Derosa said that with the popularity of these apps also comes the need for an important conversation between parents and children about conducting themselves as good digital citizens.“Gossip and bullying have been around before any of these messaging apps, the problem is now the rumors are more easily spread,” Derosa said.“You want your child to build a positive online reputation as well as a positive offline reputation.”The Pew report also found that one in four teens are “cell-mostly” Internet users, who say they mostly go online using their phone and not using some other device such as a desktop or laptop computer.“It makes parents a little uneasy because the mobile experience is more personal, more portable, more individualized and more diversified than ever,” said Anne Collier co-director of connectsafely.com, a nonprofit dedicated to educating social media users about safety, privacy and security.“What’s going on in a kid’s head and a kid’s environment are better predictors of what’s happening online and on phones,” Collier said.