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online safety and digital citizenship specialist

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14 November 2022

For Anti-Bullying Week 2022, iNEQE has put together a collection of all their bullying-related resources. Below you’ll find articles on bullying, including tough topics such as what to do when your child is the bully, plus practical resources that can be used in the classroom and at home.

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09 November 2022

Technology can be a great and exciting gift for young people at Christmas. Games consoles, tablets, and mobile phones are often at the top of a child’s letter to Santa, Childnet has created some top tips for parents and carers, looking at what you can do before these gifts arrive under the tree on the 25th December.

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04 November 2022

..Because her videos weren’t getting many views, she felt it “wasn’t a big deal” to have a public account to showcase her family’s life during lockdown, with many of the videos featuring her and her daughters dancing around the house.

The comments she got on the video, many of which revolved around her daughter’s appearance, “horrified” her.

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19 October 2022

TikTok is raising its minimum age for livestreaming from 16 to 18 from next month.

A BBC News investigation found hundreds of accounts going live from Syrian refugee camps, with children begging for donations.

Some were receiving up to $1,000 (£900) an hour - but when they withdrew the cash, TikTok had taken up to 70%.

In future, only adults would be able to "send virtual gifts or access monetisation features", TikTok said.

 

It is unclear how TikTok will enforce these age restrictions, however.

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