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Internet safety for Teens

Five internet safety tips to keep kids and teens safe online

Online safety is overwhelming for parents' especially as kids are using phones and Apps almost from infancy. There are things you can do to keep kids and teens safe online. Talk regularly, set parental controls, and make rules not guidelines. Here are five tips to help.

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Why Parents Find Online Safety Talks for Kids Invaluable

As a parent, it's time to have an online safety talk with your children. The internet has revolutionised how we communicate and access information. However, it's also a place where your children can see harmful content, cyberbullying, and online predators. By having a conversation about online safety, you can help them understand the potential risks and how to navigate the digital world safely. 

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Online Safety Talks for 16-19 year olds

As teens get older, they face more and more online safety issues. We explain the following topics so they are prepared for what challenges their online presence and activity may present.
We speak to teens as young adults. We engage with the students seriously when discussing internet safety and online reputation.

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TikTok & Instagram move to improve safety for kids and prevent laws requiring them to do so.

Instagram and TikTok smell the coffee. Change is coming, legislation, regulation and user registration. Fewer users, content moderation and lower profitability.

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Improve your Teens Online Reputation and future in 2022

If you want to be a teenage delinquent online, have a lousy online reputation, and be an online lout. Don't bother reading this article. Building a great online reputation in 2022.

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Jezza rages at kids vids as storing up future trouble

Jeremy Clarkson, clearly the greatest man in the world and newly minted farming advocate has spoken about teenagers and social media, nothing earth shattering, just common sense.

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Discord, Gamers favourite chatbox, wants to be more. Plus how good do we rate it

Discord, a popular instant messaging service among gamers, gets the IST treatment. Discord was founded in 2015 by two video gamers and now has 140 million monthly active users. Users are drawn to the site because of the emphasis on live chat, messages, and community development. There is no advertising, no forced feed, and no algorithms.

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Smart Teenager talks about reality of social media, We respond.

A Bristol teenager writes. "I feel that screen limits should depend on the kid. My brother is driven to do anything restricted from him. Screen time is annoying especially now during corona because I only get 20 minutes of Snapchat and less than 3 on other social media apps"

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Zoom is making internet safety talks popular again

Zoom is making it easy and affordable for schools to get the best internet safety talks. It's a great way to reach everyone to discuss TikTok, Snapchat, bullying, gaming addiction, and online reputation in primary and secondary. Sessions usually start at 8pm. 

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When Parents find naked picture of their Teen on Snapchat!

Every day, parents write into us, asking, what do I do, I've just seen nude, naked pictures on my teens phone. What do I do, What can I do? All of this involves online wellbeing, sexting, snapchat, tiktok

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