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From in-game spending to influencer marketing and pre-roll ads, children are being commodified by subtle and sometimes manipulative sales techniques. Here’s what parents need to know
Teach 11 to 14-year-olds strategies to protect and build self-confidence with the Dove Self-Esteem Project’s free Confident Me workshops
Young people suffered greatly during the first wave of Covid-related lockdowns. As restrictions ramp up again, what can parents do to help?
How can we educate children about internet safety from an early age, when we should no longer talk about online and offline as two distinct things?
Tools that are currently being used to identify and remove harmful material online are due to be made illegal in December, explains John Carr in this guest blog
A new FIFA has arrived, and it’s up to its old tricks again
Why the new age-appropriate design code may not work in practice
Researchers from the CO-SPACE Study want to know how families are handling the transition – and they need your help
Children are being targeted by online gambling ads. Here’s what we think needs to change
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