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Stay informed about new developments in online safety
Our weekly eNewsletters give you an insight into the latest developments within the online safety space and spotlight the work that we’re doing alongside other great organisations. Take a look at our previous editions and sign up to receive the latest eNewsletter via email.

Impact Report document

See the latest impact 2018-2019 report of what we’re doing with our broad range of partners and supporters to equip families, especially those supporting vulnerable children with the tools to benefits from the online world in a safe way.

July 2020

Issue 13
Topics:  Online identity and online activism

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Issue 12
Topics:  Digital wellbeing and tech

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Issue 11
Topics:  Launch of the Connecting Safely Online Hub and support for vulnerable families

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June 2020

Issue 10
Topics:  Gaming

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Issue 9
Topics:  Our latest report: Look at me – teens, sexting and risks

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Issue 8
Topics:  Our latest report: Homeschooling and back to school resources

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Issue 7
Topics:  Our latest report: Back to school resources and online safety advice

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May 2020

Issue 6
Topics:  Learning and parent stories of their experiences during lockdown

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April 2020

Issue 12
Topics:  Homeschooling and screen time usage

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Issue 11
Topics:  Tech and wellbeing

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Issue 10
Topics:  Making the best use of tech

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Issue 9
Topics:  Building a child’s critical thinking

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March 2020

Issue 8
Topics:  Launch of our #StaySafeStayHome advice hub

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February 2020

Issue 7
Topics:  #FreeToBe online, Launch of Instagram x Internet Matters – Pressure to be perfect toolkit

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Issue 6
Topics:  #FreeToBe and online identity

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Archive 2019 / 2018 / 2017 / 2016

2019 eNewsletters

September 2019

Topics: Screen time guidelines

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May 2019

Topics:  Plusnet Plays on the Internet and screen time tips from experts, teen loneliness and tech.

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2018 eNewsletters

November 2018

Topics: Anti-bullying week 2018, body image and social, active play apps and the Dark Web

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September 2018

Topics: Back to school guides, sharenting tips, and the latest educational apps

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July 2018

Topics:  Screen time – Is too much time online the real issue?, the world of online gaming; Fortnite, Doki Doki and gaming addiction,  live streaming and vlogging, Monitoring apps – what is the best way to use them?

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March 2018

Topics:  Tools to support kids with online banking, Set Up Safe guides, Duke of Cambridge and Set Up Safe campaign, Roblox concerns, Google Family Link.

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February 2018

Topics:  Set Up Safe campaign, Digital Natives Report, Love online survey, WHO recognises Gaming Addiction, Changes to Facebook Messenger app, Apple to apply new controls to curb iPhone addiction.

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January 2018

Topics:  ‘Life in Likes’ research, NCA Operation saves 245 children from harm, Digital Childhood report, Facebook Messenger for kids, Advise on targeting tech giants who don’t delete abusive content, Digital Resilience Toolkit for parents.

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2017 eNewsletters

December 2017

Topics:  Safer Internet Day 2017,  Internet Safety Strategy, Code of Conduct, EE partnership

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Topics:  Stop, Speak, Support campaign,  Anti-bullying week, YouTube policy change, Data Protection Bill, Ian Bauckham appointed CBE appointed to help guide the teaching of relationships in schools, Children’s global media summit, BBC launch Own It channel.

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November 2017

Topics:  Safer Internet Day 2017,  Internet Safety Strategy, Code of Conduct, EE partnership

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October 2017

Topics:  Internet Safety Strategy, Baroness Shields – Special Representative, London Terror attack, Mental health and honesty apps, Cookies online safety play.

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September 2017

Topics:  Online grooming, Digital 5 A day campaign, Google advertising safeguards, Ofcom sharenting research,  Talk Talk children’s TV remote, One Word campaign.

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August 2017

Topics: Age verification on porn sites, General Data Protection Regulation, Social Media and anxiety, Cyberbullying detection app.

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July 2017

Topics: Facebook launches UK Online Civil Courage initiative, new expert advisory member, calls for businesses to adopt Safer WiFi, crowd-Funding for Revenge porn helpline, Snap Maps, Live.ly streaming app.

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June 2017

Topics: Cyberbullying awareness campaign, Addressing topical issues advice, Google and Facebook child safety summit, Google Family Link, Sexting, Stand Up To Bullying Day.

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May 2017

Topics: Cyberbullying awareness campaign

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Topics: Digital Drop In sessions, Flaw in the Law, Heads Together #Oktosay, Internet Watch Foundation, Bullying in UK.

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February 2017

Topics: Make a noise programme, Dr Linda Papadopoulos new Internet Matters ambassador, new Government internet strategy, new safety changes at Twitter.

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January 2017

Topics: Prep for Safer Internet Day with Dr Linda,  BETT Show, Wise kids online media summit, Growing Up Digital report, Parliamentary drop-in.

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2016 eNewsletters

December 2016

Topics: Safer Internet Day, Digital Safety Awards, Cyberbullying Taskforce,  DfE grant, Digital Economy Bill, Facebook joins Internet Matters as official partners.

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