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Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Twitter, Microsoft, Reddit and YouTube say they’re working closely together to tackle the growing problem
The ‘father of the internet’ Sir Tim Berners-Lee has warned that the global progress on gender equality is being threatened by a “dangerous trend” of online harms facing women and girls.
Connected smart-home devices can be watched over the internet by criminals, the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre has warned.
Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter, Snap and Roblox have all signed up to adopt the 11 voluntary principles.
Extremist content on social media is in decline, but YouTube continues to be the platform of choice for Britain’s far-right movement, according to a new report.
The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has announced that the government is minded to appoint Ofcom as the UK’s internet regulator as proposed in its Online Harms White Paper.
We are looking for a well-organised, confident individual to support the smooth running of multiple in-school projects.
To celebrate Safer Internet Day (Tuesday 11th February), Parent Zone and Telenor are pleased to launch several brand-new features for the Digiworld curriculum.
Gambling companies were able to access the personal data of more than 28m children and young people following a major breach of a Department for Education database.