Tag: Online safety
The bill aims to answer charities’ calls to improve internet safety for vulnerable people and follows a white paper earlier this year on the issue.
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.
As digital platforms become part of the fabric of life, charities have a responsibility to be the guardians of children and vulnerable adults online.
Think tank New Philanthropy Capital wants to see government and charities work collaboratively on online safety issues.
Internet Matters and TikTok will collaborate on a range of online safety resources and content
The Lucy Faithfull Foundation has been handed Home Office funding to cope with a surge in callers and visitors to its online and telephone support service for offenders looking to change their behaviour.
Internet Matters report highlights the heightened risks vulnerable children face online.
Sara Rowbotham, who exposed the Rochdale child abuse scandal, is working with Reason Digital to develop the advice service for young people.
The three charities involved in the UK Safer Internet Centre partnership welcome the funding but remain concerned about its long term future post-Brexit.
The children’s charity campaign highlights the high number of children who are falling prey to abusers and online grooming via social networks.