Bark's Annual Report: 2020 Research on Teens and Tweens

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Throughout the challenging months of 2020 — the hardest year for families in recent memory — Bark analyzed more than 2 billion online activities from teens and tweens across the U.S. Kids faced a global pandemic, widespread social unrest, and a never-before-seen switch to virtual learning. Through it all, they relied heavily on online communication to stay connected with family and friends. Our 2020 research reveals the reality kids face whenever they’re online, and the results are staggering. Below are Bark’s findings from the past 12 months across family accounts. Read our Annual Report Between January 1 and December…