Displaying 1 - 10 of 854
20,000 reports of coerced ‘self-generated’ sexual abuse imagery seen in first half of 2022 show 7- to 10-year-olds
15 Aug 2022 - Internet Watch Foundation
IWF CEO calls it a social and digital emergency requiring a sustained national prevention effort.
15 Aug 2022 - McAfee
In May of 2022, McAfee published its first global Connected Family Study, which revealed the online habits of adults and children. One finding leapt out from the study—the prevalence of cyberbullying. The study also called out several distinct gaps...
09 Aug 2022 - The Independent
‘Self-generated’ material created by primary school age children rocketing amid ‘digital emergency’
26 Jul 2022 - The Independent
‘Gaming is playground currency, especially to kids with older siblings,’ says Helen Skelton
22 Jul 2022 - Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport and Matt Warman MP
This research sets out details of the range of cyber security learning initiatives available in the UK for young people aged 5-19.
21 Jul 2022 - Guardian
Heads of GCHQ and NCSC say client-side scanning could protect children and privacy at the same timeTech companies should move ahead with controversial technology that scans for child abuse imagery on users’ phones, the technical heads of GCHQ and...
11 Jul 2022 - BBC News
A group of young Welsh people are calling for social media platforms to improve processes for reporting harmful content.
06 Jul 2022 - BBC
Mariano Janin believes daughter Mia saw bullying messages the night before she killed herself.
06 Jul 2022 - BBC News
The government is giving Ofcom extra tools to ensure tech companies act to prevent, identify and remove child sexual abuse and exploitation content.
06 Jul 2022 - Internet Watch Foundation (IWF)
In 2021, we assessed a webpage every one-and-a-half minutes. Every two minutes, that webpage showed a child being sexually abused. In 2021, we assessed 361,062 reports and 7 in 10 (252,194 reports) of those led us to finding imagery online of...