31 Jan 2017 Becca Cawthorne

NSPCC’s Chief Executive Peter Wanless said:

“For today’s children the online world is part of everyday life so it’s vital they are safe and know how to get help if they need it. Parents need to feel confident that their children are protected when they’re online, and setting up parental controls, alongside regular chats about their digital lives, can go a long way to minimizing the risks. Keeping children safe online is everyone’s responsibility, so I hope Safer Internet Day will inspire more tech companies to unite with government and organisations like the NSPCC to build a better internet for children.”

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