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Smartphone sales boom among the over-55s + One supermarket is now taking payment via the veins in your finger + Youtube isn't doing what it said it would + Charities want parents to talk to their tots about consent and much more...
Study reveals almost half of workers don't have required computer skills + Could your Facebook post land you in jail? + Kids are lacking literacy skills to spot fake news 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...
Take a look back at all the education and tech news that caught our eye this week with our news round-up
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...
Welcome to the latest news section
New research released this week commissioned by the Baker Dearing Educational Trust reports that over a third of 11-17-year-olds have no opportunity to learn about the latest technology in the classroom.
Millennials may have grown up in a world surrounded by technology, mobile phones and social media, but this doesn’t necessarily mean they’re equipped with the digital skills many modern careers demand of them. How can we prepare young people to help bridge this skills gap
This week is Sexual Health Week and according to the latest survey by Sexual health charity, FPA, the majority of parents believe that discussing subjects related to porn with their children is necessary at the appropriate age.
A new survey by YoungMinds and The Children's Society found almost half of young people have a negative view of themselves due to social media.
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.
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