The Amazon Fire HD 8 Kids Pro is a full-feature tablet designed for kids aged 6-12 years old, allowing slightly older kids the opportunities to read, learn and play independently – and safely.
We teamed with Samsung to bring you this comprehensive guide to staying safe online.
Internet Matters CEO Carolyn Bunting joins the show to talk to Leo about how to keep the kids safe online. A must-listen for any parent.
Craig is the head of community insight at SuperAwesome, the company that’s drafted in to help big-name companies engage safely with kids online and so much more.
Use privacy settings at the highest level, teach your children only to communicate with those they know in real life, don’t shy away from the difficult conversations about online risks, and make sure you stay engaged and have open conversations about what they do when they are online.
Nobody fully understands the harm screen time may be doing to the generation growing up in the digital age. Here’s how parents can take control of screen time and protect children online.
What we do know is that extensive use of smartphones and social media causes rewiring of children’s brains. Here are some signs that are worth watching out for.
I interviewed NSPCC’s Child Safety Online Policy Manager Martha Kirby to find out what they’re doing as an organisation to safeguard our children online.
I have been wanting to safeguard my devices so that my children can use them safely for a long time and I have hit a brick wall.
Baroness Floella Benjamin discusses the effects of social media on wellbeing and what the government and parents should be doing to keep children safe.