The UK’s Children’s Code is the first global statutory code of practice for the data protection of young people online, will it make them safer?
Leaked documents reveal Facebook has known Instagram contributes to poor teen mental health for some years, despite public denials.
As learning on screens by using digital texts, becomes more and more a part of education: does print still have some advantages?
While the internet was a vital lifeline in 2020 for education and socialising, over half of UK children reported having a negative experience online last year.
Finland was recently ranked Europe’s most resistant nation to disinformation. What can we learn from how they teach their children to fight back?
48% of 8-17 years olds see untrue or misleading content at least once a day online. Can we get an internet we can trust on Safer Internet Day?
Should we be focusing on children who aren’t getting any screen time at all, rather than worrying about those who might be getting too much?
1-5 February 2021 is UK Children’s Mental Health Week. The spotlight is on young people’s mental health. What part do screens & social media play?
Since the advent of the internet parents have been wary of the safety of their children online, and not without reason. However, nefarious individuals hiding in chat rooms are no longer the only threat. Advice to children must now stretch beyond "don't talk to...