Every year Cox Communications and the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) survey teens and tweens to reveal the latest trends regarding their Internet use. The survey results are a valuable tool parents, teachers and teens can use to get the most out of their Internet connection without putting themselves at risk.
Key findings from the 2014 Tween Internet Safety survey include:
Survey results show that, during the time teens spent online:
In addition to our annual research about Internet safety, Cox has dedicated nearly $300 million in cash, in-kind and public service announcements to support programs that raise awareness of and help educate youth about online safety during the past 11 years.