Twenty-six Aussie kids have been rescued from internet sex predators in the past year, some younger than age five, according to official figures released this month.
10-year-old Chrissy and her BFF Ella (not their real names) loved splashing around in the backyard pool. They also loved having a YouTube channel. And they really loved it when they saw their latest video of themselves had racked up ...
Like it or not - and most parents absolutely hate it - sexting is a fact of life for today’s young people. And acknowledging that uncomfortable truth has prompted the Australian Medical Association (AMA) to take action.
You’re in the car with your 9-year-old and her precociously tech-savvy friend.
The lip-synching app TikTok often surpasses Facebook, YouTube and Snapchat as the most downloaded app in the world, and while on the surface it may seem safe, our cyber experts warn parents of its significant dangers.
If your teen is constantly online, it may simply be a sign of the times. But it might also be a red flag for deeper issues.
A new video chat app invites kids to send 15-second videos to strangers. What could possibly go wrong?
Kids are now sharing naked photos online as young as 11 and 12 - and so-called “porn pressure” is a likely reason why, say experts.
“As a former police officer of twenty-two years and undercover internet detective, as well as a father, I am uniquely qualified and passionate about informing parents of the online risks to their children. I’ve arrested over a thousand ...