Safer Internet Day 2020: what can you do?

“Shouldn’t parents be paying closer attention to what their kids are doing online?”

“When I speak to the school Principal, they say they have no control over what happens on a group chat after hours” 

“I asked a social network to take something down and I they said it didn’t violate their guidelines”

“Little Johhny showed my child porn and there’s nothing I can do about it”

“My account was hacked and the social network did nothing about it so I have lost everything”. 

“I was told this game was safe but somehow my child has connected with a stranger” 

These are just some of the statements that I have heard when it comes to online safety and protecting our kids. Parents are frustrated by the inaction of other people, organisations, designers, administrations, policy makers or even other peoples kids. Often it seems to be overwhelming. Often they want a quick fix. Often they want help but are not getting the right help. Often they are offered help, but don’t take it up. 

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