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Learn how to manage your child's privacy settings on Snapchat with our step-by-step how-to guides.
Snapchat can be a fun way to share photo and video content of daily life but also carries several risks. We outline how to ensure your child snaps safely.
As part of the Inclusive Digital Safety hub, find advice on how to safeguard care-experienced children and young people as they connect and share online.
To help children and young people with care experience to stay safe while browsing online, we have provided insight and advice to support them.
Get advice and guidance to empower children who identify as LGBTQ+ to stay safe while connecting and sharing on social media and other platform.

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