A former neo-Nazi tells Sky News that video games and extremist content on social media are being used to recruit children.
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BBC Reality Check team has looked into some of the most widely shared false claims: about alleged plots to put microchips into people, the supposed re-engineering of our genetic code, and about safety.
Children searching for content relating to depression and self-harm can be exposed to more of it by the recommendation engines built in to social networks.
Sophie Parkinson was just 13 when she took her own life. She had depression and suicidal thoughts.
Her mother, Ruth Moss, believes Sophie eventually took her own life because of the videos she had watched online.
Several countries around the world are considering regulating social media - but what might that look like?
A new report has put forward a tranche of ideas that its authors say could end the "informational chaos that poses a vital threat to democracies".
Digital literacy is about understanding that just because we want something to be true, it doesn't make it true.
We need to to teach ourselves and our young people to stop, think and check before sharing untruths on social media.
There has been a number of posts on Facebook claiming that the Coronavirus Act means that children can be taken out of school without their parents’ or carers’ permission and detained for 14 days if they are suspected to have Covid-19. Others have claimed children can be detained for 14 days without informing their parents, and only a teacher needs to be informed.
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