BT and other ISP's commit continue partnership with online e-safety group for another three years, to help keep children safe online.
Half of all children don’t open up about what’s worrying them online. Here’s how to decode your kids’ digital lives.
Make sure you know exactly what the kids are talking about as they head back to school, with our internet slang quiz.
Children heading to secondary school may be getting their first mobile phone, so it’s important for parents to understand safety issues they may face.
Social media is part of everyday life, but has its risks – hazards you probably didn’t encounter when you were growing up.
Whether your child has just got their first smartphone, or you let them use yours, here are some brilliant fun and educational apps.
Is your child at risk of hurting themselves, either physically or digitally? Here’s how to spot the signs of self-harming and how you can help prevent it.
An internet safety group is warning parents to be on the lookout for harmful online challenges their children may feel pressured to take part in.
Apps like Facebook Live put live broadcasting into anyone’s hands – discover more about the benefits and dangers.
For a safer, happier summer, don’t forget the suntan lotion or the screen advice. As the holidays approach, we’ve got hot tips for helping your children stay safe when they use technology.
From choosing a headset to safety issues, we’ve got the lowdown on this new type of technology.
Do you know how long your kids spend staring at a screen and what it might be doing to them? Wean them off it with some tips on limiting screen time.
We examine what an online reputation is and how parents can help their children make sure theirs is positive.
Tips for parents concerned their children are sharing too much online.
1 in 5 parents admit their child has received cruel comments online, so Internet Matters is encouraging parents to discuss cyberbullying with their children.
Discover more about the photo-sharing social network and what you need to be aware of if your children are Snapchat users.
Easily accessible parental controls make Nintendo’s new console family friendly.
Research find over 50% of children have been bullied playing games online, understand the risks and how to help your child stay safe online.
Parents are being encouraged to #Pledge2Talk to their children about cyberbullying this half term.
Is your child downloading music and movies illegally? Discover the dangers and get tips on how to keep them safe online.
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.
6 out of 10 parents worry their kids will spend Easter glued to their devices. Here’s how to make sure your little ones don’t.
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…
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.