Behind the locked doors in a side office at the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF), half a dozen analysts are finishing lunch at their desks. Emma Thomas scrapes from a bowl the last of her tomato and pasta soup, sitting in front of her computer, where she has spent the morning watching 30 videos of child sexual abuse. More on The Guardian site
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Intel; 'Perhaps they are the only good guys in the entire Orwellian mess.' Read more here.
Parents are failing to get a handle on internet slang, new research says, making it more difficult to detect if children are involved in dangerous or illegal online practices. So how much do you know? Read more here.
Lack of transparency? Google? Surely not..
Digitally Confident is the leading cross phase professional development event in the UK with outstanding speakers with proven success in primary, secondary and special schools. This is an important event for teachers and school leaders to be inspired and gain practical support in using communication technologies to engage all learners and raise learning outcomes.
Keynote speaker: The amazing Tim Rylands
When? 20 November 13
Where? Gosforth Park Marriott Hotel, Newcastle NE England
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Microsoft announced the next generation of its gaming console today, called the Xbox One. Among the new features are biometrics that promise to know you inside and out, which raise some serious privacy concerns. Read more.