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Keeping Their Activities Safe

Is Your Child Using These Apps?

Using social networking sites of one kind or another is second-nature to most children. New sites are springing up every day and there are far to many to mention on this page ... just look at the photo above, and that's a tiny...

Paying for Games, Apps & Downloads

These days, it is easy to use a smartphone or tablet to download a product or service and charge it to your phone bill. Children are especially attracted to games, apps and media such as video and songs, and are able to download...

Parental Control Software

As well as engaging with your child to educate and guide them through a safe digital life - and so that you fully understand the latest developments - it makes good sense to take advantage of the filters and controls which you...

Your Child and Social Networking

Social networking has been – and still is – one of the revolutions of the online age and when used correctly is an excellent way of keeping in touch with friends and family. But it can also be a source of harm for your child...

Gaming

Playing games online has always been a popular pastime for children. However, it has undergone a massive increase in popularity since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, as a result of more time spent at home and restrictions on...

Music, Movies & File Sharing

The internet is quickly becoming children’s preferred source of music, films and other forms of entertainment, but it's quite easy for them to 'come unstuck' when downloading or file sharing. There are several reasons you need...

Safe Browsing

Just being able to use the internet does certainly not mean that your child has the maturity or experience to handle everything they might find there. Talk to your child about safe surfing, and point them to some child-safe...

Protecting Passwords

Your child's passwords are the key to their online life, just as yours are for you. You know the importance of choosing safe passwords ... and keeping them to yourself. For your child, it may not be so obvious....

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