Our press releases

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.

Latest press release 

UK foster carers provided with new training to help keep children safe online

This new foster carer training course, developed by Internet Matters, The Fostering Network and Dr Simon P Hammond from UEA, has been created for carers to help keep children in their care safe online.

2022 Press Releases

Teenagers tell MPs that they back increased internet regulation

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UK foster carers provided with new training to help keep children safe online

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Internet Matters launches new index to measure UK children’s ‘digital wellbeing’

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1 in 8 children say time online harms their school work | The Children’s Society

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2021 Press Releases

Comedian Katherine Ryan fronts Internet Matters and Electronic Arts Video Games Campaign

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My Family’s Digital Toolkit launched for ‘made to measure’ advice for parents

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EE launches the nation’s first phone licence, PhoneSmart, to help prepare kids for life online

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Report published in partnership with Roblox exploring teens’ online interactions

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Play Together/Play Smart campaign launched to ensure safe and responsible gaming

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Interactive tool launched in partnership with Samsung Electronics UK promoting inclusive culture online

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Digital Passport launched to help tackle online harm for children in care

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Parents reveal how tech has helped their kids through lockdown

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Concern as parents admit they’re not regularly talking to kids about online safety

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New guide helps parents manage their children’s online money habits

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The lessons learnt from homeschooling & how it will impact children in the future

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We must protect UK’s 2 million vulnerable children from double-whammy of online harm

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2020 Press Releases

Helping young people tackle challenges they face online

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Fake news fears over COVID-19 becomes top concern for parents

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1 in 3 boys are seeing content online encouraging them to ‘bulk up their body’

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Inclusive Digital Safety hub to support vulnerable children online

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Family Video Game database launches with UKIE & ParentZone support

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Launch of Connecting Safely Online hub

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1 in 5 children who have sent sexts, say they were ‘pressured or blackmailed’

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Supporting DevicesDotNow’s goal to get the whole nation connected during lockdown

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2019 Press Releases

New advice for parents on ‘picture perfect’ online personalities

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If you left your kids to their own devices… They might never leave their devices

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From cyberbullying to self-harm, report reveals how online risks could be anticipated in UK’s vulnerable kids

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2018 Press Releases

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

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

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

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

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40 percent rise in teens managing their money online

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7 out of 10 teens want parents to set filters to protect them online

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Love and friendships online

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2017 Press Releases

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

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Huawei announces new partnership with Internet Matters

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

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

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Internet Matters launches summer holiday ‘screensafe’ campaign

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

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

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

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2016 Press Releases

Online searches for cyberbullying soar by eight times in month of October

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Local schools triumph in nationwide cyberbullying competition to beat the bullies

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2015 Press Releases

Parents urged for Anti-Bullying Week: ‘It’s time to teach your kids Internet Manners’

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Our Impact report looks back at the great work that we’ve achieved to support families at a time when technology became a vital part of children’s lives to help them connect, learn and socialise.

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