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CPS calls for stiffer prosecutions over online hate crimes

The director of public prosecutions, Alison Saunders, has said the Crown Prosection Service (CPS) will plan to seek stronger penalties for people perpetrating hate crimes through social media channels, such as Twitter and Facebook.

Daily memo 21 - 25 August 2017

Friday 25 August: Chessington park introduces a no phone zone + Why aren't more girls studying computing? + Why it's important to talk about body image with boys + One father's warning against the Musical.ly app and more...

WhatsApp Web

The popular messaging app WhatsApp can now be accessed via a desktop computer. Here is what you need to know.

Daily memo 31 July - 4 August 2017

Friday 4 August - The rise of the Insta-mum + young people being bullied offer their support + check one mother's reasons for giving up on sharenting and more...

Daily memo 24-28 July 2017


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...

Daily memo 17-21 July 2017

Friday 21 July: Should kids study over summer? + online abuse on Twitter falls + who was the man who predicted the Internet? And more...

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