UK Safer Internet Centre – Online Safety Bill statement
The UK Safer Internet Centre is delighted to express its support for the Online Safety bill, a crucial step toward…
New resources available from the Professionals Online Safety Helpline
The Professionals Online Safety Helpline has introduced new resources to aid educators and professionals working with young people.
Online Safety Live – New Events Available for Autumn
We have new online safety live events taking place across Autumn, book your free place here and get the latest…
Continue to Tackle Online Abuse in Sport with Report Harmful Content
Report Harmful Content is continuing to explore how we can all tackle online abuse in sport.
Roblox Checklist Updated for 2023
Our partners SWGfL, have collaborated with Roblox to update the Roblox Checklist for 2023 highlighting the various privacy and security…
Threads – A guide for parents and carers
Want to know more about Threads, the new online platform from Meta? Take a look at our safety and privacy…
Filtering and monitoring – Questions for governors, proprietors and trustees
These questions are for Governors, proprietors and trustees to seek assurance that filtering and monitoring standards are being met within…
Reporting online harassment and abuse in sport
Report Harmful Content is running a campaign to raise awareness and support those in sport affected by harmful online material.
Young people praised for showcasing important online safety messages through film
A selection of short online safety films were recognized and rewarded at the Childnet Film Competition last week.
Filtering and monitoring webinars available
Find out more about the UK Safer Internet Centre's filtering and monitoring webinars taking place in July and what will…
New amendments to intimate image abuse laws announced
Significant amendments were announced regarding intimate image abuse laws. Find out what amendments have been made in our latest article.