Poll: The presence of smart phones in the hands of children in Germany has become obvious

A survey found that 54 percent of children between the ages of 6 and 7 in Germany use at least occasional smart phone.

The survey, which was published Tuesday, showed that the percentage is up to 75 percent in children as of the age of 10 years.

"It is not possible to separate smartphones from the real life of children and adolescents," said Achim Berg, head of the German Information Technology Association (BITCOM), today. Internet safely, "adding that parents should" accompany their children very carefully "on their way to the digital world.

In terms of the use of smart phones, the first place was found in 88%, followed by video (87%) followed by video capture (78%) and social media (61%).

Fifty-six per cent of respondents said that smartphones were important to them.

Children have the right to digital participation, Berge said, opposing invitations to limit or completely ban children from using smart phones.

"The task of parents is to teach their children how to handle the official with smart phones," he said. "Among other things, stop using the phone for a while."

Sixty-five per cent of those polled said that they were being used at home to ban the use of smartphones in specific cases.

The survey surveyed 915 children and adolescents between the ages of 6 and 18.

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