Ofcom announces draft codes of practice to protect children online
Ofcom has published its draft codes of practice focusing on addressing illegal material online. Read more in this article
Snap Inc. announced as new StopNCII.org industry partner at White House conference
StopNCII.org has announced Snap Inc as a new industry partner for helpling to protect adults against the non-consensual sharing of…
Online Safety Bill Becomes Law after Receiving Royal Assent
The Online Safety Bill has now received Royal Assent, making legislation legal. Read more about what this means for the…
UK Safer Internet Centre starts Insight series to highlight online challenges faced around the globe
The UK Safer Internet Centre (UKSIC) has started a new series of events that aim to inform and share intelligence…
Phone Banning in Schools – Considerations from David Wright (Director of UKSIC)
New guidance is being introduced to ban phones in schools across England. David Wright (UKSIC Director) shares his thoughts on…
Online Safety Bill – How the UK Safer Internet Centre Campaigned for Online Appeals Processes
In this article, we explain our journey towards how we campaigned for stronger online appeals processes to be included as…
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…
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,
SWGfL launches artificial intelligence hub for educational settings
SWGfL have launched a new topic hub that delves into artificial intelligence, exploring how schools and other educational establishments can…
Pressure to incorporate independent appeals process in Online Safety Bill builds as UKSIC steps up campaign.
Pressure continues to grow on the UK government to include an independent appeals process in the Online Safety Bill.
IWF Annual Report launch video
In 2022, the IWF took action to remove a record-breaking 255,588 websites containing child sexual abuse material.
Peers express support for UKSIC campaign highlighting need for independent appeals process in Online Safety Bill
Baroness Newlove backs need for independent appeals process in Online Safety Bill.