47: Safer Internet Day Report - Have your Say: Listening to young people about their online rights and responsibilities

UK Safer Internet Centre (Feb 2013)
A summary of the results of the UK’s largest ever survey into young people’s attitudes toward online rights and responsibilities, involving a large-scale quantitative survey with over 24,000 young people age 7-19 years and qualitative findings from nine focus groups across the UK. 

44: Internet Watch Foundation: Study of Self-Generated Sexually Explicit Images & Videos Featuring Young People Online

The Internet Watch Foundation (Nov 2012) 
An overview of the results of a 4 week study by IWF Internet Content Analysts identifying images and video assessed as being self-generated content featuring young people. Illustrative quotes from young people who have made reports about such images are also included. 

04: Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre strategic overview 2009-2010

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (May 2010) 
A large scale quantitative study of reports of online child abuse received by CEOP, bringing to light the forms and nature of these abuses.

02: Exploring online safety knowledge and evaluating CEOP’s Think U Know (TUK) education programme

Kingston University (July 2009) 
A large scale mixed methods study of young people’s knowledge about internet safety and their understanding of the Think U Know programme.