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The digital world is so new that half the time we don't know what the rules are. In fact, there are plenty of laws governing what you can and can't do online. Here's our guide to what you should and shouldn't be doing online (legally, anyway).
The growth of social media has brought with it some strange modern phenomena. One of the more recent ones is the viral online challenge...
Filters and parental controls may not be the complete answer to keeping children safe online, but they are undoubtedly the first line of defence. It's now possible to set filters on your broadband, your devices and your applications. Here, from Internet Matters, is what you need to know.
If you want to set parental controls on apps such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, here's how to do it.
CEOP's film explains what they are, and what parents should know about them.
What adults need to know about the app their children love using.
Teenagers love WhatsApp - as do a lot of parents. Here's what you need to know about it...
Know your Zoellas from your PewDiePies: a parent's guide to vlogging.
Parents sometimes end up paying unexpectedly large phone bills and don’t know why. PhonepayPlus, the premium rate services regulator, explains what to look out for when giving your child a mobile device…
The internet is a wonderful resource for young people and offers unprecedented opportunities for connecting and learning. But it can also be scary. Many parents are afraid their children will be exposed to upsetting content or meet dangerous people online. What are the facts about online risk?
Sadly, once your child explores the online world, they may find a troll waiting for them. Here's how to help them cope.