Toxic influencers like Andrew Tate promote online misogyny and violence towards women. How can parents bolster their children against them?
AI and the metaverse represent new threats to children’s online safety. Law-makers globally are lagging woefully behind.
What’s happening with the UK Online Safety Bill? 14 years after the NSPCC warned about threats to children online, will we ever see it passed?
The EU Digital Markets Act takes aim at the walled gardens of BIg Tech to make them more open. ‘Gatekeepers’ will be subject to tough rules.
A glossary of acronyms and emojis used by child predators online has been produced to educate parents and carers on their tactics.
The UK’s Online Safety Bill gets its second reading this week. The Bill will put safety at the heart of the internet experience for UK users.
Twitter has announced it’s working on an edit button. But correcting typos and honing witticisms are the least of its users’ problems.
Safer Internet Day 2022 is celebrated globally on 8th February. The theme this year is ‘All fun and games? Exploring respect and relationships online’.
The Joint Committee reviewing the UK’s Draft Online Safety Bill has made key recommendations to make Big Tech abide by UK law.