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Minister of Education must ban the use of phones as learning tools in classrooms

Secondary schools should prohibit the use of phones in classrooms as it is too distracting for students, according to calls made to Irish Minister for Education Norma Foley. Would a blanket ban in school work. Catherine Martin, media minister says issue 'fraught with difficulty'

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WhatsApp lowers minimum age to 13 in Europe!

WhatsApp, owned by Facebook, drops the minimum age for its messaging service from 16 to 13 in the UK, Ireland and Europe. This follows a similar shift in other countries, including Australia, New Zealand and the USA.


1. Web content Blocking for Kids

2. Fortnite is back in the App Store


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After 4 years Fortnite returns to the iPhone And it's a massive pain for Parents

Fortnite is beloved by boys especially and a nightmare for parents. Fortnite is back on the iPhone officially. Gamers love its post-apocalyptic, zombie-infested world. It is available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows, and macOS. It is coming back to iOS and iPhone. And that's huge news. Here is why it matters!

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Stop on Red. Parents guide to web content blocking.

One of the leading questions for parents is. 'Are my kids okay to surf the internet? What can I do as a parent to protect them? What is the difference between free and paid web content filters?  

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The Parents guide to Cyberbullying and How to stop it destroying your kid?

The effects of cyberbullying range from anxiety and feelings of loneliness to self-harm and sometimes even suicide. Cyberbullying on social media can be hard to spot, but parents can take steps to prevent it.

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First confirmed AI-generated images of child sexual abuse

Child Sexual abuse “For members of the public – some of this material would be utterly indistinguishable from a real image of a child being sexually abused. Having more of this material online makes the internet a more dangerous place.”


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Protecting Our Little Digital Explorers: Tips for Parents Ensuring Online Safety for Children

Our online talks for parents, businesses and NGOs are ideal for people who need help with understanding internet safety for kids and how to protect kids, tweens and even teenagers.

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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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Snapchat is still the most dangerous social media for Kids, nevermind TikTok!

Despite TikTok's incredible popularity, Snapchat is the most dangerous social media app for kids. Snapchat is secretive, divisive and dangerous to Kids. Snapchat needs a health warning, and parents should not ignore it!

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Is YouTube Safe for Kids in 2023? Here's our parent's guide!

As a parent, you need to be sure your children are safe. Let's explore whether YouTube is safe for kids in 2023 and discuss some tips to make them safer. Would you let your 8-year-old walk down a red-light street in Amsterdam? No, you would not!

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