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Young people online

Young people live their lives online and you may have already put in place boundaries to keep them safe. With top tips and advice, you can develop your online parenting skills.

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  • Advice
    Sharing pictures of your children

    Most parents love sharing photos of their children with friends and family. But remember - pictures you share online could be out there for ever. Learn how to protect your child whilst staying social.

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    Younger children sharing pictures or videos online

    If you are worried about a photo or video your child has shared online, there is plenty you can do to reduce the risks and make sure they stay safe.

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    I’m worried my child might see something inappropriate online

    There's no watershed, 'top shelf' or ID required online but that doesn't mean you can't protect your child from adult content. Find out how to help them navigate the web safely.

  • Advice
    What is live streaming?

    With an increase in the popularity of live streaming, it's important to understand why young people enjoy sharing experiences in real-time.

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    Live streaming: responding to the risks

    Live streaming is a popular feature of lots apps and platforms. By understanding the risks of live streaming you can help your child to stay safe when they are online.

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    Having a conversation with your child

    Starting a conversation with your child about a sensitive issue or something you don’t usually talk about isn’t always easy, especially if this means you will be talking about things they prefer to keep private, but there are ways to make having these conversations with your child easier.