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As an Executive Member of the UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS), we work with government, industry, law enforcement, academia and other charities to keep children and young people safe online.

As part of this organisation, our vision is to create a world where all children and young people can safely enjoy the benefits of the digital world. 

Read our latest press releases to learn more about our latest research and awareness campaigns to help parents support their children in the digital world.

Press releases

2018 press releases

Group chat is the new cyberbullying threat as 8 out of 10 parents reveal concerns

More than 8 out of 10 parents are concerned their child will be cyberbullied on a group chat, new research has revealed. Parents of kids aged 11 to 13 are most concerned.

Internet Matters and Google partner to offer online safety advice to Parents in Manchester

Parents of primary school children are being offered free sessions from online safety experts thanks to a new workshop offered by Google and Internet Matters.

Campaign shows how online pressure boils over in the first year of secondary school

Internet Matters launches Back To School campaign as new research reveals Year 7 is a pinch-point for online issues - from pressure on children to be on social media to have the latest device.

Insta-grans’ guide to help keep kids safe online this summer

Grandparents are being encouraged to get to grips with children’s online safety as four in 10* will be left looking after the kids over the school summer break.

40% RISE IN TEENS MANAGING THEIR MONEY ONLINE

7 OUT OF 10 TEENS WANT PARENTS TO SET FILTERS TO PROTECT THEM ONLINE

LOVE & FRIENDSHIP ONLINE

2017 press releases

Watch the video: How one word could be hiding your child’s digital angst

Internet Matters launches hard-hitting ad campaign as new research reveals 1 in 2 schoolchildren would not speak to their parents if upset by something online.

Huawei announces new partnership with Internet Matters

Global ICT leader becomes latest to join forces with e-safety organisation which helps parents keep their children safe online.

How one word could be hiding your child’s digital angst in new school year

Internet Matters launches hard-hitting ad campaign as new research reveals 1 in 2 schoolchildren would not speak to their parents if upset by something online

Internet Matters issues tips on safe ‘sharenting’ for first day back at school

If you're proud of them, protect them: Internet Matters issues tips on safe 'sharenting' for first day back at school

Internet Matters launches summer holiday ‘screensafe’ campaign

Parents are being urged to use the summer holidays to spend some one-on-one time with their children, talking about the important issue of online safety.

1 in 5 parents admit their child has received cruel comments online

Internet Matters launches a campaign today urging parents to pledge to talk with their children about cyberbullying – with new research showing one-in-five children have been subjected to cruel comments online.

Internet Matters launch new expert hub headed up by Dr Linda Papadopoulus

Internet Matters launches What The Experts Say to provide parents with tailored expert advice on online safety issues.

Revealed: The secret life of six-year-olds online

To mark Safer Internet Day, Internet Matters reveals the eye-opening online habits of a six-year-old – as digitally advanced today as 10-year-olds were just three years ago

2016 press releases

Online searches for cyber bullying soar by eight times in month of October

Local Schools Triumph In Nationwide Cyberbullying Competition To Beat The Bullies.

Local Schools Triumph In Nationwide Cyberbullying Competition To Beat The Bullies.

2015 press releases

Parents urged for ANTI-BULLYING WEEK: ‘It’s time to teach your kids Internet Manners’

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