Kids' Apps Are Surging in Popularity During Quarantine, but Many Have Rocky Records on Privacy

Platforms are catering to these young users while grappling with a changing landscape

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These days, Chris Mohney, editor of food website Zagat Stories, knows that his kids are spending more time in front of a screen than usual, watching videos on YouTube Kids and playing games. While he and his wife, a partner at a law firm, are both working from their home in Westchester County, N.Y., their jobs have been busier than ever. 

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, many parents are juggling their own work commitments with their children’s uncertain schedules.



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