A new study shows twice as many of us worry more about online bullying than we do about COVID, the economy or crime.
Having difficult conversations with our kids is ... well, difficult. And having difficult conversations about staying safe and healthy online is arguably the most difficult parenting feat of them all.
Online harm and abuse were supercharged in 2020 - setting the scene for an “alarming new normal.”
Good behaviour on social media isn’t an instinct - it’s a skillset. Let’s help our kids acquire it by first examining our own sharing practices.
‘Internet banging’ is triggering a wave of violence in schools and the wider community. Find out what it is, and how it works.
A child-friendly version of Instagram promises to “help kids keep up with their friends, discover new hobbies and interests, and more!” But beyond the spin, what will it really mean for our children?
How many of us really know what our kids are experiencing online? New research from the eSafety Commissioner pulls back the virtual curtain.
Like it or not, we are all “connected parents” now, say Harvard experts Urs Gasser and John Palfrey. But while we shoulder a brand-new portfolio of responsibilities, we can still use traditional parenting strategies to get the job done.
“He never cries at movies or is concerned if his friends are hurt. But he’s a boy, so I’m not worried.”