Teenage mutant secret squirrels

Technology these days is moving fast – we’ve said arrivederci to those clunky, brick-like mobile phones and dial-up internet is a mere, frustrating thing of the past.

For many Australian teenagers, having your own laptop is viewed as a necessity and not the luxury it would have been viewed as during the long-gone era of family-shared computers.

And to add insult to injury, a new study has shown not all teenagers are willing to share their online activities, least of all with their parents. Mike Worsman joined Tim Brunero in the studio to discuss  this and all of the other latest stories, coming from Our World Today.

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Producer: Lisa Burns

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