Teens (14+)

Online safety advice

As your child becomes a teenager, it’s likely the internet will be a part of their daily life. They’ll adapt quickly to new technology and use it to communicate, socialise and create. Most teenagers have access to the internet using a smartphone or tablet, and use a wide range of social networking sites as a vital part of their relationships with others.

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Is Among Us multiplayer game safe for children?
Among Us is a multiplayer game rated PEGI 7 that has become very popular with pre-teens in the UK. Get advice on what you need to know about the game to keep children safe.
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Parenting blogger Harriet Shearsmith joins call to parents to get clued up on risks of digital piracy
We've launched a new campaign to highlight the risks of digital piracy as almost one in five parents believe that it is safe.
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A young person’s experience of digital piracy
Hannah shares her experience of downloading and watching pirated content online and how her parents supported her in managing the associated risks.
Hannah shares her experience of downloading and ...
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Xbox family settings app
Microsoft releases Xbox Family Settings app
Learn more about the TikTok app and what to watch out for to keep kids safe.
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Raising awareness of the associated dangers of pirated content on children’s wellbeing
Liz Bales Chief Executive at the Industry Trust shares key concerns around the associated risks of pirated content on children's digital wellbeing.
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Mr Burton
Ask Mr Burton – Your online safety questions answered!
The campaign, created by End Violence Against Children Fund and backed by Facebook, has been launched to help young people ‘Stay safe at home. Stay Safe online'.
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Inclusive Digital Safety – A new online safety hub
The campaign, created by End Violence Against Children Fund and backed by Facebook, has been launched to help young people ‘Stay safe at home. Stay Safe online'.
The campaign, created by End Violence Against ...
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Google helps parents find “Expert Approved” apps in Google Play
Google's new Expert Approved' Badges feature on Google Play store to help parents find apps that are both entertaining and enriching for children.
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