A recent survey by Tsaaro, a data privacy, and cybersecurity service provider shows that 67 per cent parents believe that their children need data protection, but, nearly half (41 per cent) cannot help their children in the digital space because of lack of awareness of laws regarding data security.The extensive study, which saw the participation of more than 700 pan Indians, also revealed that 80 per cent of parents believe that the legislature should take immediate steps to ensure the privacy of childrens data. Of the total people surveyed, 93 per cent of seniors said that they know what data privacy is.The survey also revealed that 68 per cent of parents stated that they received messages / emails from training and academic institutions with her childs information, even though they did not give information about their child.The numbers also show a high indication of parents trying to instill the idea of privacy in youth. Many parents mentioned that they ensure that their children use devices in a common place, under their supervision, familiarize themselves with the applications their children use, keep track of their online footprint, etc. Akarsh Singh co-founder CEO, of Tsaaro, said Parents have taken steps to ensure that their children are familiar with privacy but there are some issues that these parents stated that they face while trying to teach their children about privacy. These issues are technically huge and use of jargon. This raises the question of why the concept of data privacy cannot be simplified. We noticed a sense of disparity when it comes to how parents keep themselves informed about behavior that they can ensure that they are well informed how they can provide their childs privacy because the answers are spread.