A new study has found that negative links between social media and mental health may appear in girls and boys at different ages.
Follow my parenting and smartphones ‘3Ds’: Delay, Device, Discuss. Depending on the age of your child, there’s an approach that will work for you.
48% of 8-17 years olds see untrue or misleading content at least once a day online. Can we get an internet we can trust on Safer Internet Day?
Internet conspiracy theories are gaining traction online, so more of our friends and family are falling for them. Here’s how to help.
As schools reopen, a perennial concern is around children’s understanding of data and privacy. Here are some suggestions on how to discuss it.
Prepare children and young people now for the return to school with these screen time tips for building healthy screen habits.
Harmless-looking video sharing app TikTok boomed in popularity in lockdown. But beneath a benign surface are real security and internet safety concerns.
Managing screen time for kids calls for a range of parental tools. One of those tools is curation — research on what you want your kids to be doing online.
I asked a group of 11 year olds how their parents’ smartphone habits made them feel, and what they would like to say to them about it. This is what they said.