Keeping you up to date with the latest news and advice around the apps, sites and games your kids are using.
Talking to your child about what they’re doing online is a really important step to help keep them safe. But with daily routines changing all the time and the stresses of being in lockdown taking their toll, we know it’s not always easy to find the right time to chat or know what to say to them.
Follow our 8 top tips to help keep your kids safe online during lockdown and beyond.
With the introduction of new technologies, improved graphics and different ways we can connect (hello virtual reality), the gaming world is constantly evolving. And fast! While this creates new and exciting ways people can stay entertained, it also introduces new risks for young people who like to spend their time playing games online.
Giving your child any tech during the festive period? We know that lots of families give children devices at this time of year. Whether it’s a laptop, phone, tablet, games console or another device that connects to the online world, there is a lot you can do to make sure it’s set up safely for your child.
It’s been five years since the NSPCC and O2 joined forces to help keep kids safe online. To celebrate we’ve spoken to five experts from across both organisations and got them to share their top online safety tips.
WhatsApp, which is rated 16+, has started rolling out a new disappearing messages feature. Here’s everything you need to know to help keep your child safe:
Playing games online should be a fun activity for kids to stay entertained, connect with friends and learn new skills. But sometimes your child might come across other players online who are unkind and deliberately try to ruin the game for others.
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