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Ofcom publishes report on internet safety measures
Digital By Default News
Ofcom has published a report for the government outlining measures the UK's largest internet service providers have put in place to help parents protect children from harmful content online. This follows an agreement between the Government and BT, Sky, ...
Almost all of England actively chose to view internet porn
Most Brits say no to Cameron's online parental controls
UK Netizens Unmoved by ISP-level Porn Filters
Five things to do today - family fun day, internet safety, movie night
For art lovers: Wednesday night is pay-what-you-wish at the Philadelphia Museum of Art on the Parkway. Other than exploring the museum's main building from 5 p.m. to 8:45 p.m., you can make crafts, taste beer, do some yoga, experience Shakespeare and ...
Equipping parents to protect their children: Kenosha Co. Sheriff's Dept.'s ...
KENOSHA COUNTY (WITI) â€” The Kenosha County Sheriff's Department is releasing a new internet safety initiative for parents. â€śComputer Copâ€ť is free to the public in Kenosha County. Computer Cop is a program on a CD that parents can place in their ...
Internet Safety Project Earns Ridgefield Teen Girl Scout Gold Award
The Daily Voice
Amanda J. Schwartz of Ridgefield taught middle school students about Internet safety and how to prevent cyber-bullying to earn her Girl Scout Gold Award. Schwartz developed interactive presentations that included a video she produced documenting the ...
Police detective talks Internet safety for children
We continue our Kids Week theme by sharing tips on how your children can stay safe online. WDBJ7's Alison Parker shows us the dangers of the internet from the Roanoke Police Department. The Internet can certainly be a fun, educational tool for children.