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<p>The article deals with the problem of children's and adolescents' activity in virtual space and parental control with regard to this activity. The question is raised what children and adolescents are most often doing in virtual space, for what goals they are using it; it is analysed whether there are any principal differences between boys' and girls' activities in virtual space. It is also disclosed how parents control children's and adolescents' online activities, how children perceive thisdoi:10.17770/sie2015vol4.400 fatcat:kos5ukkeezcllbmdf6utc7ef7a