Roblox is free to download - but in-app currency can mean there’s a steep price to pay.
It’s not easy being a teenager. You’re treated like a child but expected to act like an adult. Your body is a teeming cauldron of hormones, and your brain is still under construction.
There’s a big difference between technical proficiency and “digital literacy," say experts.
It’s still early days, but experts say there are signs a backlash is building.
You may not know your upload from your download, but you can still be a great digital parent. All it takes is five simple steps.
During the global pandemic, child predators have taken to trawling homework sites for potential victims - and with more kids online for longer than ever before, they’re finding them. Specialised code is helping them to escape detection.
Insta has just turned 10 - and to celebrate the social media behemoth has released a swag of new features. But how will they affect your child’s digital health and wellbeing? Here’s everything parents need to know.
Cyberbullying is on the rise. But we can arm our kids with practical strategies that will help them contain and combat harassment - to become “upstanders” not “bystanders” to online nastiness.
The people we follow on social media are not necessarily the ones we like, let alone admire. “Hate-following” is a thing.