Internet safety

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01 Jul 2022 - The Express
Half of young Britons under 30 have seen pornography while underage, according to a new study.
29 Jun 2022 - Irish Independent
The Minister for Justice is seeking to restrict children and young people’s access to porn websites as part of a “landmark” strategy to tackle domestic, sexual and gender-based violence.
27 Jun 2022 - Guardian
Young people should report harmful online content, the communications watchdog has said, after finding that two-thirds have encountered potential harms on social media but only one in six report it.Ofcom found that 67% of people aged between 13 and...
27 Jun 2022 - The Irish Examiner
The Government has signalled strong support for radical EU proposals that would force tech companies to scan people’s private online communications, ...
22 Jun 2022 - The Express
Millions of parents feel powerless to protect their kids online - despite 48 percent knowing their child has at some point experienced cyber bullying. The study of 1,400 parents, with children aged six-18, found 57 percent know little about how to...
15 Jun 2022 - OFCOM
For most people in the UK, being online is a major part of daily life. Being online allows people to connect with others, sometimes in ways they may not be able to do offline. Our data shows how we benefit from a range of online services, from...
07 Jun 2022 - Parent Line
Parent Line has published top tips for parents and carers to help them keep their children and young people safe online.  Click on the pdf below for more information. 
07 Jun 2022 - Safeguarding Board for Northern Ireland (SBNI)
Type of Resource Leaflet & Poster Committee/Panel Interfaith Sub-Group Audience Children and Young People Parents and Carers Professionals and Volunteers Tags Interfaith social media
01 Jun 2022 - The Irish Examiner
Cyberbullying in group chats a big issue for schools, children's charity Barnardos says
01 Jun 2022 - NSPCC
As the Online Safety Bill goes through Parliament, polling shows nine in ten (88%) of UK adults overwhelmingly support a watchdog to fight for children at risk of online sexual abuse1.