Parent Zone in the news
Press and online
'Video games are luring 400,000 teenagers into online gambling' (results of Parent Zone's report into skin gambling)
Skin betting: 'Children as young as 11 introduced to gambling'
Our obsession with mollycoddling children is making them sad and fat
How parents aren't following their own TV rules - according to kids
Facebook and Twitter could face 'online abuse tax'
Home Secretary Amber Rudd starts UK tour from Poplar to stop teenage radicalisation
Sharenting: Is it Right?
Snapchat fears as experts warn SnapMap feature allows strangers to pinpoint exactly where your kids are
'Stalking risk' for children using Snapchat tracker
The Sunday Times, 16 July 2017
Queen Elizabeth honours Anne-Marie Imafidon
When they’re not eating avocado toast, millennials spend five hours a day doing this…
How parents can help a teenager with anxiety or depression
Mental health scheme for pupils is rolled out to schools
Amber Rudd meets local children for online safety assembly
How to avoid the ‘embarrassing parent’ trap in digital world
Why parents need to stop moaning about their kids on social media
Epsom College Digital School of the Year
A new report into digital resilience from family internet safety experts Parent Zone asks ‘Is it time to rethink online parental controls?’
Should you share photos of your kids on Facebook?
Online safety: Internet ‘not designed for children’
Keep children safe online this Christmas - Top tips
Risks and opportunities for young people online: a teenager’s perspective of the GDPR
Is parental consent the way forward, or is the GDPR the end of young people’s freedom to roam digitally?
Top charities and child internet safety experts back The Sun’s Block The Bullying Campaign
Dream Kardashian gets her own social media accounts: Is this the future of parenting?
Yahoo! News, 14 November 2016
Change now the only constant
GDN Online, 10 November 2016
Parenting In The Digital Age: Recognising The Difference Between Curiosity & Spying
Parent Zone and Securus join forces to help schools meet KCSIE duties
Keeping children safe online: a new responsibility
Pearson Primary Educators, 26 October 2016
Staying safe in the online world
18-year-old sues parents for posting baby pictures on Facebook
A teenager is suing her parents for posting embarrassing childhood pictures to Facebook
Yahoo.com, 15 September 2016
Parents post 1,500 pictures of children on social media before fifth birthday
Tech-Xit: Looking at what the UK Government has done to shield kids from porn
Jailed: man who distributed indecent images of children
It's time we changed the conversation about screen time
Government must do more to teach children about abuse, says MP
The Guardian, 20 July 2016
Online child abuse parliamentary debate
Barry school pupils become internet legends thanks to web giants
Children lose interest in tech in late teens, finds survey
Experts from Google give web safety masterclass
Online bid to protect youngsters
Stressed, depressed, lonely and anxious. Is your teenager OK?
Children turning to internet for help with problems
Daily Mail, 17 March 2016
Children more likely to turn to the internet if they are upset than a friend
How to tame your kids' computer habits
Teenage chat guide helps parents spot online dangers
Role-playing with photos of other people's children
Parents risk child safety by sharing photos
The Children Act has to be brought into the 21st century
Children and tech: we’re making a mess of it
Take the Jane Austen approach and the online world isn’t so frightening
How would you make the internet safer?
Radio and TV
Parent Zone experts have appeared on a huge range of programmes in recent months including BBC News at One, BBC Six O'Clock News, BBC Breakfast, Woman's Hour, BBC Radio Scotland, Sky News, Five News, The Victoria Derbyshire Programme and Good Morning Britain. If you would like to contact us for comment, call 020 7686 7225 or email email@example.com.
Paparazzi parents warned of online dangers
Good Morning Britain, 25 May 2015
Parent Zone CEO talks to Nick Robinson on the Today programme, BBC Radio 4, 26 June 2016
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