Preschool-aged children, especially those from low-income homes, often exposed to sneaky ads and other tactics aiming to profit from their game playing.
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Report finds children are often consuming pervasive and inappropriate advertising, violence and other questionable content while watching online videos.
Children whose parents didn’t have college degrees were more likely to have digital information transferred to third parties – including Facebook Graph – despite child privacy laws prohibiting the practice.
Nearly three fourths of parents misreported preschoolers’ mobile technology use; some children ages 3-5 engaged with apps intended for teens and adults.