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.
Twitter has announced it’s working on an edit button. But correcting typos and honing witticisms are the least of its users’ problems.
Safer Internet Day 2022 is celebrated globally on 8th February. The theme this year is ‘All fun and games? Exploring respect and relationships online’.
The Joint Committee reviewing the UK’s Draft Online Safety Bill has made key recommendations to make Big Tech abide by UK law.
Follow my parenting and smartphones ‘3Ds’: Delay, Device, Discuss. Depending on the age of your child, there’s an approach that will work for you.
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?
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.
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?
Harmless-looking video sharing app TikTok boomed in popularity in lockdown. But beneath a benign surface are real security and internet safety concerns.