Everything you need to know to keep your child safe from radical views and manipulation online.
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.
Staying safe on the internet is something we all need to be aware of. The basic steps you need to take are easier than you think…
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.
BT and Unicef to host workshops to encourage children, parents and teachers to understand more about internet safety issues.
Teach kids how to be good digital citizens and use their Power for Good to help others. Here’s how to do it…
It's Anti-Bullying Week, we examine what an online reputation is and how parents can help their children make sure theirs is positive.
Make sure your kids stay safe when using your internet-enabled smart TV.
Does your child have a new smartphone? Discover how easy it is to activate BT Parental Controls and protect your children online.
Whether your child has just got their first smartphone, or you let them use yours, here are some brilliant fun and educational apps.