Parent Zone's Yusuf Tamanna spoke to young people to find out what they thought about fake news, what they're doing to combat it and if they're even worried about it.
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Here are some expert tips to pass on to young people to help them manage their online lives positively. By Marjun Ziarati
Being gay and working in tech + Facebook is letting you know what's relevant + A report finds teens are no longer interacting face-to-face and more...
12 ways to spot if you're talking to a bot online + Are back-to-school photos putting children at risk? + Do smartphones make us less creative? + much more...
Friday 28 July: online safety for kids this summer + teachers spending part of summer thinking over how the year went + exam papers checked for distressing content and more...
A report published by the Education Policy Institute (EPI) has found moderate internet use among younger people is beneficial to their mental health
2 June: The importance of SRE for young people + teachers falling for online pranks + German court denies access to dead girl's Facebook account.
A new report has put forward recommendations to help children effectively navigate themselves on the internet.
It’s a huge moment in the fight against our children seeing hardcore porn online. Parent Zone CEO and executive board member of the UK Council for Child Internet Safety, explains why.
Parent Zone CEO Vicki Shotbolt speaks at the Westminster Education Forum's Growing Up Digital seminar.