Parents are being encouraged to #Pledge2Talk to their children about cyberbullying this half term.
Internet Matters launches #Pledge2Talk campaign to encourage parents to discuss cyberbullying with children this half term.
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Many people overshare pictures of their children online. Discover the consequences of this feature of modern parenting and the impact it could have on a child’s life.
The friendship app has been criticised over its safety settings.
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Our network-based filter helps you and your family browse the internet safely.
Join people from 100 countries around the world to #giveasmile on social media and unite for a safer more responsible internet for all.
85% of adults can’t identify some abbreviations or emojis used by children regularly.
Tips for parents concerned their children are sharing too much online.
Thanks to internet terminology such as acronyms and emojis, our language is changing. Take our quiz to test your knowledge of internet words and phrases.
You can do lots of exciting things with these technologies, but are you aware of their attendant dangers for kids?
Forget quitting smoking and exercising more, why not make a different type of resolution for 2017 – to help your kids use the internet safely?
Facebook isn’t the only social network, there are plenty other of communication apps parents need to be aware of.
Young children are becoming more computer literate and using the web more than ever, discover how to keep them safe online.
Check out our recommendations for the best kid-friendly tablets, so they can play, learn and browse while you have peace of mind.
From five years old to 85, the internet is part of all our lives. Take our quiz to find out if you are doing all you can to keep your child safe online.