What Parents Need to Know About Disney+



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What Parents Need to Know About Disney+

Published 17th April 2020

A free online safety guide on Disney+.

Disney+ is the latest big player in the TV streaming market. The global brand has released its own subscription-based streaming service to rival that of competitors such as Netfl¬ix, Amazon Prime and Apple TV. As the name might suggest, it’s designed to be family friendly, with content restricted to PG and PG-13 (UK equivalent 12a). It can be streamed on pretty much any device – mobile phones, tablets, PC’s, TVs and games consoles – and features a huge library of classic Disney titles. Below, we’ve highlighted a few tips for parents to consider to ensure that their children get the most enjoyable experience out of the service.

In the guide, you'll find tips on a number of potential risks such as hackers, age-inappropriate content and outdated cultural depictions.

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Pete Badh

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Pete Badh

Experienced Content and Engagement Lead with over 10 years experience in research and analysis, working for both public sector and private sector organisations.
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