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Call to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps
Mail Online UK (Web), 10/02/2020, Unattributed
Google and Apple need to do more to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps on their marketplaces, according to a study. The review, led by researchers from Lancaster University and Trinity College Dublin, found two of the 29 highest rated apps – all rated as suitable for children – when searching for "depression" contain negative emotional content.
Keyword : Lancaster University
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Call to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps
Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland (Web), 10/02/2020, Unattributed
Google and Apple need to do more to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps on their marketplaces, according to a study.The review, led by researchers from Lancaster University and Trinity College Dublin, found two of the 29 highest rated apps – all rated as suitable for children – when searching for "depression" contain negative emotional content.Researchers
Keyword : Lancaster University
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Call to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps
Yahoo! UK and Ireland (Web), 10/02/2020, Unattributed
Google and Apple need to do more to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps on their marketplaces, according to a study.The review, led by researchers from Lancaster University and Trinity College Dublin, found two of the 29 highest rated apps – all rated as suitable for children – when searching for "depression" contain negative emotional content.Researchers
Keyword : Lancaster University
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Call to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps
PR Web via Yahoo! (Web), 09/02/2020, Unattributed
Google and Apple need to do more to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps on their marketplaces, according to a study. The review, led by researchers from Lancaster University and Trinity College Dublin, found two of the 29 highest rated apps – all rated as suitable for children – when searching for "depression" contain negative emotional content.
Keyword : Lancaster University
Article | Link


Children most fear cyber bullying when going online
i (The paper for today), 10/02/2020, p.9, Will Hazell
unsuitable apps on their marketplaces, a review found. Researchers believed there was a mismatch between age ratings used by app stores and the need to regulate health-related apps. Teams from Lancaster University and Trinity College Dublin found two of the 29 highest rated apps - all marked suitable for children - contained negative content when searching for the term "depression".
Keyword : Lancaster University
Article
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Irish Examiner View: Dr Google advises ... Depression and social media
Irish Examiner (Web), 09/02/2020, Unattributed
so many lives or how social media is, knowingly or unknowingly, changing our world. Nevertheless, the two issues come together in a new study from Trinity College Dublin and Lancaster University. It suggests that tech giants Google and Apple could do an awful lot more to help protect vulnerable children who might be susceptible to depression from accessing unsuitable,
Keyword : Lancaster University
Article | Link
Value:1,395


Call to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps
TalkTalk (Web), 10/02/2020, Unattributed
Google and Apple need to do more to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps on their marketplaces, according to a study. The review, led by researchers from Lancaster University and Trinity College Dublin, found two of the 29 highest rated apps – all rated as suitable for children – when searching for "depression" contain negative emotional content.
Keyword : Lancaster University
Article | Link


Call to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps
AOL UK (Web), 10/02/2020, Unattributed
Google and Apple need to do more to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps on their marketplaces, according to a study. The review, led by researchers from Lancaster University and Trinity College Dublin, found two of the 29 highest rated apps – all rated as suitable for children – when searching for "depression" contain negative emotional content.
Keyword : Lancaster University
Article | Link


Call to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps
ITV.com (Web), 10/02/2020, Unattributed
Google and Apple need to do more to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps on their marketplaces, according to a study. The review, led by researchers from Lancaster University and Trinity College Dublin, found two of the 29 highest rated apps – all rated as suitable for children – when searching for "depression" contain negative emotional content.Researchers
Keyword : Lancaster University
Article | Link


Call to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps
Guernsey Press (Web), 09/02/2020, Unattributed
often lacking. Google and Apple need to do more to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps on their marketplaces, according to a study.The review, led by researchers from Lancaster University and Trinity College Dublin, found two of the 29 highest rated apps – all rated as suitable for children – when searching for "depression" contain negative emotional content.Researchers
Keyword : Lancaster University
Article | Link

 

Period10/02/2020

Call to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps
Mail Online UK (Web), 10/02/2020, Unattributed
Google and Apple need to do more to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps on their marketplaces, according to a study. The review, led by researchers from Lancaster University and Trinity College Dublin, found two of the 29 highest rated apps – all rated as suitable for children – when searching for "depression" contain negative emotional content.
Keyword : Lancaster University
Article | Link



Call to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps
Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland (Web), 10/02/2020, Unattributed
Google and Apple need to do more to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps on their marketplaces, according to a study.The review, led by researchers from Lancaster University and Trinity College Dublin, found two of the 29 highest rated apps – all rated as suitable for children – when searching for "depression" contain negative emotional content.Researchers
Keyword : Lancaster University
Article | Link


Call to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps
Yahoo! UK and Ireland (Web), 10/02/2020, Unattributed
Google and Apple need to do more to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps on their marketplaces, according to a study.The review, led by researchers from Lancaster University and Trinity College Dublin, found two of the 29 highest rated apps – all rated as suitable for children – when searching for "depression" contain negative emotional content.Researchers
Keyword : Lancaster University
Article | Link


Call to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps
PR Web via Yahoo! (Web), 09/02/2020, Unattributed
Google and Apple need to do more to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps on their marketplaces, according to a study. The review, led by researchers from Lancaster University and Trinity College Dublin, found two of the 29 highest rated apps – all rated as suitable for children – when searching for "depression" contain negative emotional content.
Keyword : Lancaster University
Article | Link


Children most fear cyber bullying when going online
i (The paper for today), 10/02/2020, p.9, Will Hazell
unsuitable apps on their marketplaces, a review found. Researchers believed there was a mismatch between age ratings used by app stores and the need to regulate health-related apps. Teams from Lancaster University and Trinity College Dublin found two of the 29 highest rated apps - all marked suitable for children - contained negative content when searching for the term "depression".
Keyword : Lancaster University
Article
Value:4,376


Irish Examiner View: Dr Google advises ... Depression and social media
Irish Examiner (Web), 09/02/2020, Unattributed
so many lives or how social media is, knowingly or unknowingly, changing our world. Nevertheless, the two issues come together in a new study from Trinity College Dublin and Lancaster University. It suggests that tech giants Google and Apple could do an awful lot more to help protect vulnerable children who might be susceptible to depression from accessing unsuitable,
Keyword : Lancaster University
Article | Link
Value:1,395


Call to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps
TalkTalk (Web), 10/02/2020, Unattributed
Google and Apple need to do more to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps on their marketplaces, according to a study. The review, led by researchers from Lancaster University and Trinity College Dublin, found two of the 29 highest rated apps – all rated as suitable for children – when searching for "depression" contain negative emotional content.
Keyword : Lancaster University
Article | Link


Call to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps
AOL UK (Web), 10/02/2020, Unattributed
Google and Apple need to do more to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps on their marketplaces, according to a study. The review, led by researchers from Lancaster University and Trinity College Dublin, found two of the 29 highest rated apps – all rated as suitable for children – when searching for "depression" contain negative emotional content.
Keyword : Lancaster University
Article | Link


Call to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps
ITV.com (Web), 10/02/2020, Unattributed
Google and Apple need to do more to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps on their marketplaces, according to a study. The review, led by researchers from Lancaster University and Trinity College Dublin, found two of the 29 highest rated apps – all rated as suitable for children – when searching for "depression" contain negative emotional content.Researchers
Keyword : Lancaster University
Article | Link


Call to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps
Guernsey Press (Web), 09/02/2020, Unattributed
often lacking. Google and Apple need to do more to protect children with depression from accessing unsuitable apps on their marketplaces, according to a study.The review, led by researchers from Lancaster University and Trinity College Dublin, found two of the 29 highest rated apps – all rated as suitable for children – when searching for "depression" contain negative emotional content.Researchers
Keyword : Lancaster University
Article | Link

 

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TitlePress office
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date10/02/20
PersonsCorina Sas