It is safe to say that you can pretty much look anything up on Youtube. Need to make dinner? Youtube will tell you how. Having a hard time understanding calculus? Youtube will give you hundreds of videos breaking down hard math problems for you to understand. With 150,000 new videos being uploaded daily, anything and everything is created into a homemade video and broadcasted for the world to see. But in an age when young kids are growing up in a virtual world, access to all kinds of videos on Youtube becomes dangerous. Kids are being faced with cyberbullying when they’re not at school and even when around other people, someone is bound to have a phone with a camera. The question then becomes how are parents able to regulate what their kids are watching online when the majority of teens today own a smartphone? Is it inevitable? See article:

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