Test Your Knowledge

CTIA and its members have developed a short “true or false” quiz to test your knowledge about responsible wireless use.

Q: Cyberbullying only affects kids in the online world and does not have any impact in reality.

Q: The average age of kids when they receive their first mobile devices is 12.

Q: Most kids don’t think their parents should be allowed to set rules on their mobile device usage.

Q: More than one quarter of teens (ages 14 to 16) have sent a nude or sexual photo of themselves electronically.

Q: If a kid under the age 18 sends a sexual image of himself/herself to someone who is an adult (i.e., 18 or older), as long as the exchange is consensual, it is legal.

Q: The Child Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) law restricts companies from knowingly collecting personal information from children under 13 online without parental consent.

Q: Once parents and kids develop family rules, there’s no need to review or revise it.

Q: If I read the privacy policy from my kids’ wireless provider (i.e., carrier), then I don’t need to read the privacy policies for devices, applications or content providers.

Q:  College admissions officers may be reviewing prospective college applicants’ social networking profiles.

Q: On average, girls send/receive more text messages than boys.

Q: The majority of teens, ages 12 to 17, who use social media sites, have witnessed mean or cruel behavior on these sites.

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