The merging of physical and digital for kids in the Metaverse is fraught with potential risks. The digital world was not designed for children.
Children are taking part in TikTok’s viral challenges; encouraging them to perform harmful, criminal, and sometimes deadly acts.
More teens than ever get their news from social media platform like TikTok and Instagram, rather than from TV or print according to Ofcom.
TikTok recently admitted some China-based employees can access information from American users. Is the app really spying on its users?
A glossary of acronyms and emojis used by child predators online has been produced to educate parents and carers on their tactics.
In the rush to procure EdTech products for online learning in the pandemic, few governments checked that they were safe for children to use. Children paid with their privacy.
The UK’s Online Safety Bill gets its second reading this week. The Bill will put safety at the heart of the internet experience for UK users.
It turns out none of us are very good at spotting misinformation, even though we like to think we are. A new method could help.
A new study has found that negative links between social media and mental health may appear in girls and boys at different ages.