partners

Our Partners recognise that industry has a responsibility to help parents keep their children safe online. Their significant support and investment is critical to ensuring Internet Matters is able to provide free online safety information and connect parents with the best resources from other expert organisations.

Our Partners are committed to the vision of creating an industry-wide coalition dedicated to making the UK’s parents and children the most knowledgeable and engaged in the world in the area of online safety.

Steven-van-rooyenSteven Van Rooyen, Sky Chief Executive

Sky

"Sky is committed to helping our customers stay safe online. Education is a key part of that and we are proud to work with Internet Matters to ensure parents have the best advice and resources possible to enable their children to safely enjoy the positive benefits of technology. This work complements the legislative proposals we have called on Government to take to ensure we are all best protected from online harms."

Marc-Allera

CEO of BT’s Consumer division: EE, BT and Plusnet at BT Group

BT

"It can be hard to keep up with advice on how to keep our children safe given the relentless pace of development of digital technologies. We’re excited about our continued partnership with internet Matters as we continue to see a real benefit in providing a one-stop shop where parents feel confident in getting simple, effective and practical advice – allowing them to take simple steps that make a real difference."

didoTristia Harrison, TalkTalk Chief Executive Officer

TalkTalk

"As a founding member of Internet Matters, we are incredibly proud of what we’ve
all achieved so far. Families need consistent and clear advice when it comes to protecting children online, and as we face ever-evolving technological changes, it’s crucial that we all stay one step ahead. Industry collaboration is key for reaching parents at scale and we, therefore, look forward to welcoming more businesses into the coalition to drive this critical work forward."

tomTom Mockridge, Virgin Media Chief Executive

Virgin Media

"Internet Matters provides parents and carers with comprehensive advice they can trust on a range of online issues. This important initiative is all the more powerful because of the collaborative approach taken by its members. Virgin Media is proud to be a founder member of Internet Matters and would encourage all our industry partners to join us to help deliver simple and effective advice to parents on child online safety."

Alice-Webb-BBC-childrens-250Alice Webb, Director, BBC Children’s

BBC

"The BBC is committed to supporting and guiding children in their online experiences and we recognise the vital role that conversations between children and their parents plays in this area. Internet Matters is an important service in helping parents get better equipped to support their children. Complementing our own work, they are an important resource that is making a tangible difference."

Eileen MannionEileen Mannion, VP of Marketing at Google UK

Google

“Google believes deeply in technology’s ability to unlock creativity, and we work hard to ensure that parents and children have the tools and knowledge they need to make smart and responsible choices online. We recognise our responsibility to helping families enjoy technology smartly and safely and are proud to be part of the Internet Matters coalition”

marc-allera-EE-CEOCEO of BT’s Consumer division: EE, BT and Plusnet at BT Group

EE

“Children increasingly use phones and tablets as their first, and sometimes it's their only way of learning, playing, and interacting online. It can be hard to keep up with advice on how to keep our children safe using the latest mobile apps and technologies, and Internet Matters does a great job of providing the best and most up to date advice possible. We’re proud to be the first mobile operator to support Internet Matters and we’re looking forward to working with our industry partners to help children, parents and teachers stay safe while getting the most out of the latest technology.”

Alice-Webb-BBC-childrens-250Gordon Luo, CEO, Huawei UK

Huawei

“Equipping schools, parents and children with the skills to navigate the online world has never been more important. Huawei is proud to support Internet Matters in its drive to improve online safety for children across the UK.”

Steven-van-rooyenSteven Van Rooyen, Sky Chief Executive

NOW TV

"Sky is committed to helping our customers stay safe online. Education is a key part of that and we are proud to work with Internet Matters to ensure parents have the best advice and resources possible to enable their children to safely enjoy the positive benefits of technology. This work complements the legislative proposals we have called on Government to take to ensure we are all best protected from online harms."

Marc-Allera

CEO of BT’s Consumer division: EE, BT and Plusnet at BT Group

Plusnet

"It can be hard to keep up with advice on how to keep our children safe given the relentless pace of development of digital technologies. We’re excited about our continued partnership with internet Matters as we continue to see a real benefit in providing a one-stop shop where parents feel confident in getting simple, effective and practical advice – allowing them to take simple steps that make a real difference."

Antigone Davis, Facebook Head of Global Safety Policy

Facebook

“People come to Facebook to share their stories, see the world through the eyes of others and connect with friends and family. Our mission is to give people the power to share and to make the world more open and connected. We want everyone to feel safe when using Facebook. That’s why Internet Matters is so important – we are delighted to work with them to help to provide free online safety information and connect parents with the best resources from other expert organisations.”