] Internet was founded by BT, Sky, Talk Talk and Virgin Media and helps parents to ensure their children learn, create, share and have fun online whilst staying safe.
Research conducted by Internet Matters revealed that 74% of parents want more information and advice about online safety.
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To meet this demand, has been created as a one-stop hub, directing parents to valuable help and advice from the leading experts at organisations and charities in the child internet safety field.
You not only know who Nicola Walker and Olivia Colman are — you can name half a dozen of their respective IMDB credits.
Online reputation: Everything your child does online contributes to their “digital footprint” - an online record made up of photos, posts, comments or videos.
Employers now search social networks to find out about a prospective employee.
In extreme cases, there have been incidents of people livestreaming suicides on Facebook Live. Broadcasting livestreams Online grooming: If privacy settings aren’t in place, your child could be broadcasting to strangers, some of whom may have bad intentions.