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.
Internet Matters advises that you remind your kids to consider the T-shirt rule before posting something online – ‘if you wouldn’t wear it on a t-shirt it’s probably not worth posting’
Here at the NSPCC, we understand that the internet can be a wonderful tool for children. They can use it to play games and connect with friends. But, with children now making up one of three internet users, it can sometimes put young people at risk
Baroness Floella Benjamin discusses the effects of social media on wellbeing and what the government and parents should be doing to keep children safe.
iPad and iPhone safety is a big topic at the moment with so many children owning their own devices. I recently bought my son a laptop and I've been looking into internet safety for children in a big way. I had ...