Young kids are getting online at a faster rate than their parents and older siblings, reports the Associated Press. A new study from Nielsen Online found that nearly 16 million U.S. children ages 2 to 11 were online in May. They made up about 9.5 percent of internet users overall. In the past five years, Nielsen said, the number of kids online has grown by 18 percent, compared with just a 10-percent growth among all internet users. And this growth comes as the total number of U.S. kids under 14 is declining. In all, the time children spend online grew...

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