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…
ProjectEVOLVE Report: Understanding Online Safety Delivery and Assessment in Schools
ProjectEVOLVE has just released the latest annual report looking at online safety delivery and assessment across schools across England,
Buying and Selling Personal Items: Considerations for Staying Safe Online
Here are some guidelines for staying safe when engaged in buying and selling personal items online.
How does Snapchat’s new AI function “My AI” impact young people?
In this article, we delve into the latest AI chatbot on Snapchat and its impact on young people's well-being.
Online Safety Live Events – Spring 2023
Find out when Online Safety Live sessions are taking place across Spring 2023 and book your free place here.
Experts Answer: “How much time should my child be spending on social media?”
We know that the amount of time young people spend on social media can be a worry, and can sometimes…
Experts answer: “When do you think my child should get their own phone?”
Education Team Explains: “When do you think a child should get their own phone?”
New Digital Wellbeing Features Announced for TikTok
TikTok has announced new updates aimed at improving digital wellbeing, screentime management and parental controls.
SWGfL release podcast episode around online wellbeing and young people
Our partners at SWGfL have just released their latest episode on their podcast series all about online wellbeing and young…
It’s official: Safer Internet Day 2023 has over 1,000 supporters
We can’t wait to see all your creative and unique plans in the lead up to and on the day…