EU Kids Online results in Slovenia place the country in the "Unprotected networkers" cluster, meaning that children are more adventurous and explore more but are also less protected. Slovenian children go online at an earlier age than their European counterparts, with an average age of eight. Around three quarters of children go online every day and engage in a number of activities higher than the European average. A half of Slovenian children use internet in their rooms, and a third on mobile phones and tablets. Almost two thirds of Slovenian children is using social networking sites which puts them above European average.
Forty-one per cent of parents do not mediate their children's activities. This is coupled with the fact that 14% of Slovenian children report contact risks which suggests more should be done to involve parents in their children's online use.