Should there be a law to ban mobiles for children below 14 years?

Should there be a law to ban mobiles for children below 14 years?

by Vinspire added 11 months ago

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  • There have been so many incidents of children losing their lives to Blue Whale. And yesterday there was an incident wherein a school student murdered his mother and sister, presumably incited by a game 'Gangster in High School' , which dates the player to kill and get a away with it.

    Is it time to say 'Enough is Enough' .. 'Let the Children Be'?

    by Vinspire added 11 months ago 0 0

    Mobile phones have always a played an important role in ruining a child's childhood.Childhood is a very important phase of a child's life..practically speaking the learning phase where a child learns to interact with the society .But now what a child does in a whole day is crying over mobiles and spending the entire day with his eyes glued to the screen.Besides affecting the eyes in an adverse demeanor at such a small age it retards a child 's mental as well as his physical growth.Children start enjoying the virtual world and neglect the real world around them.

    by shruti added 9 months ago 0 0

  • There is nothing wrong with the proper use of mobile phones. They can lead to productivity (searching for solutions online), creativity (diy ideas), development of social skills (closed groups of friends on Viber with a supervising parent), etc. My 8yo sister loves googling about languages and animals and loves youtubers, but having a phone hasn't slowed her down in any way. Quite the opposite, she has been given all the tools she can get at this time and, as far as I can see, they are being used properly with absolutely no negative effect. She spends about 2h per day googling and chatting with friends who live far away and the rest of the day is spent outdoors. Ban mobiles? It might just lead to more kids using them.

    by HalfdanrSvarti added 2 months ago 0 0

    The use of mobile phones is so widespread today that it's become an essential part of most families (at the very least the parent's lives). There is no conceivable method to monitor and ban the use of phones by kids under the age of 14 from just using their parent's phones at home without invading the privacy of each household. 

    by srujan added 2 months ago 0 0

    Many schools give students Ipads so students can access the information they may need in class. Phones also allow a child to contact his/her parents in case of an emergency, which is important as kidnappings and human trafficking are on a rise.

    by Mustafa added 1 week ago 0 0