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.
The tech giant Google is being called out for its complicity with pornographers - including those who trade in the sexual assault of children.
It’s like TikTok, but for sex - and with the promise of easy money thrown in for good measure.
An online petition posted by a former Sydney private school girl has prompted thousands of accounts of sexual abuse by fellow students, exposing a toxic culture informed by the images and narratives of online porn.
In today’s uncertain world, many young men are gravitating to an online world offering the illusion of ultimate control.
We know these things can happen when kids go online. But not our kids. So let's just say "We heard about a child who ..."
For more and more kids, this year’s back-to-school backpack will include a school-mandated device - and more and more of their classroom time will be spent on a screen. How concerned should we be?
When’s the last time you had a conversation with your teenage son about what it means to be a caring, respectful sexual partner? Or what “consent” means - and how alcohol affects it? Or how catcalling girls, or referring to them as ...
Last year's summer holidays posed big dangers for kids online. Even when they didn’t go looking for trouble, Family Zone figures show, trouble came looking for them. This year’s numbers are expected to go even higher.