The deadline for charities to comply with Making Tax Digital is just under two weeks away - here is an overview of the help and resources available.
TV presenters such as Gary Lineker and Rachel Riley, as well as politicians such as London Mayor Sadiq Khan back the Centre for Countering Digital Hate’s report on effectively tackling online trolling.
A Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee report on immersive and addictive technologies backs addiction campaigners fears that in game purchases such as ‘loot boxes’ are putting children at risk of a gambling problem.
Don’t get caught out: a new on-demand webinar gives charities the essentials on the new security rules around payment processing.
The Making Tax Digital scheme will soon be mandatory for all organisations that process tax - here's where charities can go to find out all the details and comply.
Social media is among major factors in mental ill-health among young people, who are increasingly turning to online support services for help, says the charity Young Minds.
We take a look at some of the dangers that children and young people face online and what charities are doing to help protect their service users.
A survey of social media users found that young people are among the most at risk from poor mental health caused by comparing themselves with others online.
It may not be glamorous but tax is going digital, and charities will soon need to comply with the new rules, which will benefit them in the long run.
Survey of 2,000 adults adds to calls for social media firms to help protect vulnerable users.