Childnet's practical online safety toolkit for educators with films and lesson plans to explore online issues with pupils aged 11-14 years old.
Tagged with digital citizenship
This report looks at media use, attitudes and understanding among children aged 3-17. It also includes findings on parents’ views about their children’s media use, and how parents of children aged 3-17 monitor and manage their children’s online activity.
iNEQE's brief and clear summary of the report findings is here
In an age where camera phones are ubiquitous and the lure of internet popularity is a chronic condition, everything — and everyone — is content
The UK boss of Samsung Mobile has said he did not give his daughter a smartphone until she was 11.
"I personally wouldn't have given her one early, but it is a parental decision as to when you should get your child a phone," said James Kitto.
He said whatever age people get phones, it was important to make sure they were safe online.
It comes after Ofsted's chief inspector said she was "surprised" when primary school children have smartphones.
Earlier this month, ex-BBC presenter Alex Belfield was jailed for stalking and harassment.One striking aspect of the case was that he was given leave by the judge to file social media updates reporting on his own trial.
Bruce Willis is the first Hollywood actor to sell the rights to his likeness, which allows a “digital twin” of himself to be used by the U.S. company Deepcake.
Update: Bruce Willis denies selling rights to his faceBruce Willis denies selling rights to his face
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