Follow our easy steps to ensure the whole family stays away from dangerous content on the video platform.
If you’re left in charge of your grandchildren during the holidays, here’s how to make sure the little ones don’t stray into dangerous territory online.
Summer holiday season is upon us, do you know how long your kids spend staring at a screen? We've got tips on limiting screen time.
For a safer, happier summer, don’t forget the suntan lotion or the screen advice. We’ve got hot tips for helping your children stay safe when they use technology.
Facebook isn’t the only social network, there are plenty other of communication apps parents need to be aware of.
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.
BT and other ISP's commit continue partnership with online e-safety group for another three years, to help keep children safe online.
Discover more about the photo-sharing social network and what you need to be aware of if your children are Snapchat users.
Social media is part of everyday life, but has its risks – hazards you probably didn’t encounter when you were growing up.
Forget quitting smoking and exercising more, why not make a different type of resolution – to help your kids use the internet safely?
From choosing a headset to safety issues, we’ve got the lowdown on this new type of technology.
If your child uses WhatsApp Messenger, there are a few simple steps you can take to keep them safe online.
Everything you need to know about the hit game sweeping the playground.
Make sure your kids stay safe when using your internet-enabled smart TV.
Find out about cyberbullying and how to help if it happens to your child.
A study by Internet Matters has investigated the role the internet plays in young people’s relationships, as video and advice toolkits are launched for parents to download.
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.
It’s easy for anyone to slip up when doing something online. But when your child is involved, there are ways you can ensure that the situation is handled properly.
Discover the dangers of illegal downloads and get tips on how to ensure they use the internet safely.
We examine what an online reputation is and how parents can help their children make sure theirs is positive.
Make sure you know exactly what the kids are talking about with our internet slang quiz.
As research suggests children want parental controls to keep them safe online, we’re supporting Internet Matters’ campaign help parents ensure their devices are ‘Set Up Safe’.
The classic board game has been given a modern twist by The Barefoot Computing Programme to help schoolchildren stay safe online and develop their computing skills.
If your family got a Nintendo Switch this Christmas, find out how to activate parental controls and make it family friendly.
Families need to chat about occurrences online just as they would if they saw something in the real world, say experts.
The NCA is warning parents about the dangers of livestreaming apps. Find out more about what they do and how you can keep your children safe.
BT is supporting the first ever internet code of conduct to empower young people to take a stand against online bullying.