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Alan Mackenzie
Specialist adviser for . Common sense advice without the scaremongering. Using technology as a tool to empower, not prevent. Cyberpsychology enthusiast.
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PCSO Sarah Barberini 20h
Have you created In Case of Emergency contacts If ever you were involved in an accident we can get details even if your phone is locked
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Richard Smith Dec 8
Worried about safeguarding & esafety? This 2017 event with will provide you with great advice
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Sylvia Dec 8
Well your message had an impact on Y5 as they chose e-safety as the theme of their Class Assembly! Great show!
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Alan Mackenzie Dec 8
Oh wow that’s wonderful, please wish them all the very best from me, I’d love to hear what they talk about 👍
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Alan Mackenzie Dec 8
A pleasure to be a part of this, the students at were a credit to the school and community.
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Alan Mackenzie Dec 8
Totally agree Lisa 👍
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Sonia Livingstone Dec 6
We're Listening. Privacy policies for the internet of toys are hard to find and not what you'd hope.
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Jules Carey Dec 8
"Shazam for faces" - opt-outable Blippar App with massive corporate/state snooping potential
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Alan Mackenzie Dec 8
Fantastic work DD’s, keep it up you’re doing a brilliant job 👍👍
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Alan Mackenzie Dec 8
Fantastic work y8, big thumbs up from me 👍👍👍👍
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Wayne Denner Dec 8
How about if anyone could search for information about you based on your Face? Creepy or Cool?
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Alan Mackenzie Dec 7
Well done to all the team, very well deserved 👍
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Alan Mackenzie Dec 7
If correct, this is shocking advice from TalkTalk
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Action Fraud Dec 7
Alert: Fake emails from claim you were caught speeding. The "photo proof" leads to a banking Trojan:
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Mark Anderson 💻📱⌚️ Dec 7
Do you use in the classroom? Join me tomorrow night and share your practice and ideas on chat from 7pm.
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Alan Mackenzie Dec 6
Musical.ly defends its handling of young users, as it races past 40M MAUs - child protection comes last again!
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BBC Technology Dec 6
You can now turn off Instagram comments (or will be able to very soon)
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Ceri Stokes Dec 6
If you want pupils to be safe then we need good….. no AMAZING
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Alan Mackenzie Dec 5
Facebook and Twitter must tackle hate speech or face new laws
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Alan Mackenzie Dec 5
For teachers (and all staff) there's one here (disclosure: it's mine).
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