Mixing kids and adult strangers in a self-moderated online environment ... What could possibly go wrong?
A new law gives teeth to Australia's eSafety Commissioner to hold tech companies accountable for online abuse.
A study that tracked the online activity of nearly six million kids, found 90% of teens and two-thirds of tweens consistently encountered "stomach-churning" messages around drugs, sex, and self-harm.
On Roblox, pornographic material sits right alongside kids’ innocent game creations. And that’s despite efforts by Roblox to block it.
On the fence about TikTok for your tween? These five facts might help you decide.
Kids sharing their deepest, darkest secrets with sympathetic strangers online? What could possibly go wrong?
It’s the biggest online phenomenon of the year - possibly of any year. It’s also been plagued with controversy over explicit content and privacy issues.
Most of the time, it starts with the most normal-sounding introduction - frequently used with dozens of girls simultaneously. Make sure your daughter isn’t one of them. Here are the lines, and the signs, to watch out for.
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.