Parents’ excessive use of mobile phones has been linked to increasing children’s behaviour problems in the world’s first study of its kind.
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People found guilty of repeatedly uploading "revenge porn" will face the toughest punishments when new sentencing guidelines come into force.
It is the first time the Sentencing Council for England and Wales has given instructions to courts on dealing with those who humiliate others by uploading private sexual images and videos.
The guidelines - published on Thursday - will come into force on 1 October 2018.
Tracking your phone's gyroscope, scanning your messages and giving your data to third-party companies.
These are just three of the things you agree to when signing up to some tech companies' apps and sites.
BBC research has found some of the language used in privacy policies and terms requires a university education to be understood.
The NHS should provide social media and technology addiction counselling, a leading psychiatrist as said as he called for the growing problem to be classed as a public health issue.
Facebook is asking British users to send naked photos of themselves to the social network, to try to stop revenge porn.
If you're worried an intimate photo of you could be shared by someone else, the idea is to get it blocked before it appears online.
In this blog Childnet, a partner in the UK Safer Internet Centre, explore the safety feature ‘Restricted Mode’ on YouTube; looking at how it works and some things to be aware of when using it.
At Childnet our Education Team go into schools each day to deliver online safety sessions to pupils, parents and teachers. In these sessions we are often asked about filtering content on the online video-sharing service, YouTube.