This user-friendly tool offers a wide array of customization options. Users start with a randomly generated human figure and can modify numerous aspects like age, gender, ethnicity, body type, and pose, in addition to hair color, style, clothing, and accessories—kind of like The Sims.
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Most gamers would agree that online multiplayer can be a toxic environment, especially for female players and people of colour.
It's well-known that those groups face sexism, rape and death threats on a daily basis.
Police leaders and teachers' unions are warning that TikTok frenzies that encourage anti-social behaviour are putting a strain on public services.
It comes after the BBC revealed how disproportionate engagement driven by TikTok was linked to disruption.
The BBC found four recent examples, including public interference in the police investigation of Nicola Bulley's disappearance and school vandalism.
A Scottish mum who received a heart transplant has told how her six-year-old daughter saved her life twice using a smart speaker.
Emma Anderson, from Robroyston in Glasgow, was 15 when she was diagnosed with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
From a young age, her daughter Darcey knew her mum had a "sore heart" and she could call for help on Alexa.
Now Darcey has used Alexa twice to raise the alarm when her 27-year-old mum has been unwell.
"I set up the Alexa so that if I passed out or was feeling unwell all she had to do was say, 'Alexa, call help', and that would call my mum who lives around the corner," Ms Anderson said.
Childnet's practical online safety toolkit for educators with films and lesson plans to explore online issues with pupils aged 11-14 years old.
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