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A closer look at the Childnet Film Competition

03 April 2018

As part of Childnet’s work in the UK Safer Internet Centre, we recently launched the Childnet Film Competition 2018.

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Facebook - Privacy checks and third party apps

29 March 2018

In the wake of news about Cambridge Analytica and Facebook, many people are considering how their personal data is used and stored on Facebook, including how third party apps can have access to your profile and personal information. This blog looks at some practical steps you can take to manage your information.

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New research highlights – looking at digital relationships

27 March 2018

The UKCCIS Evidence Group have launched two new Research Highlights summarising recent research from the UK Safer Internet Centre and Childnet International looking at digital relationships and online sexual harassment.

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Primary school teacher writes about the Childnet Digital Leaders who are making a difference in his school

23 March 2018

Dan Everest who runs the Childnet Digital Leaders Programme at King’s Ely Junior School gives his tips on being a group leader and shares how the programme has helped promote online safety in school.

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SWGfL Publishes Report Into Effects of Screentime on Young People's Wellbeing

22 March 2018

A report published today (Tuesday 20 March 2018) by SWGfL (South West Grid for Learning) - one of the partners in the UK Safer Internet Centre – shows that many young people said “Fear of Missing Out” (FOMO) is one of the main reasons they will spend “too much” time online.

The report...

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