Peter Wanless, CEO, NSPCC
“Safer Internet Day is a pivotal moment each year where everyone can come together to help create a better and safer online experience for young people.
Interestingly, today’s research shows most families are having conversations about children’s online lives, but young people believe more can be done to educate parents about online safety.
It’s vital if a child raises a concerning experience that they’ve had online, the adults in their life know what to do.
That’s why we have created the NSPCC’s Online Safety Hub to support parents to be there for children, by protecting them online and helping them recover from a negative experience.”