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National Online Safety Aug 5
Smile for the camera 📸💻 This we take a look at the dangers associated with webcams. Keeping everyone connected during , it’s important to understand the potential risks! Check out our tips for parents/carers >>
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Cardiff Youth Service 13h
You have the right to be protected online! It is important to think of the risks of what you are sending ⚠️ do not be afraid to block people 👋 say no ❌ and report inappropriate behaviour! Think about the questions in both levels to stay safe online
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National Online Safety Jul 29
Virtual treasure but at a real price 🎁💰 This week's looks at ‘Loot Boxes & Skin Betting’; creating a chance for children to enhance their gaming experience but with financial risks! See our tips for parents/carers here >>
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Jess McBeath 14h
Very pleased to be listed in here. Supporting in Scotland and beyond.
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Developers of Digital Consciousness™ Aug 4
Digital Safety, Responsibility & Mindfulness Virtual Program consisting of a live presentation w/ a mix of multi-media & websites to keep audience interest & engagement. More:
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NNECA - National Network to End Child Abuse Aug 3
CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE SIGNS WE MUST KNOW Just a few minutes building awareness of abuse warning signs with teachers, parents & care givers can prevent abuse
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Fedgroup Aug 3
Fraudsters act as financial institution staff, request details & scam you. Legitimate FSPs will never ask you to transfer money over Facebook or Whatsapp. Be wary of sharing your information with anyone. Speak to your financial advisor. Fedgroup: an authorised FSP
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Marika Thomas Aug 5
Although we have become more reliant on webcams during lockdown down to keep in touch with others it’s worth reminding ourselves of how to stay safe :)
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e-Safety Matters Aug 5
Children stream on - where potential predators find them. uncovers more here:
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iDixcover Opportunities Aug 5
Apply for the Impact Amplifier Africa Online Safety Fund application 2020. This seeks to promote innovative solutions against online crimes like identity theft and financial scams. Deadline: August 21, 2020
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eSafety Office Aug 5
Talking about in your ? Here’s some great strategies for your students to use to be able to intervene effectively if they see or hate targeted at their friends online. More advice @
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Synergistiq 21h
Calling all of under 5s! We are looking for your input through a 2 minute survey about for under 5s: Survey closes 17 August. This research is on behalf of
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Elizabeth Milovidov 2h
A little something for our digital grandparents. :)
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SPIN Safe Browser 20h
SPIN Safe Browser now blocks under custom Prone to Bad Content Category. Bonus: Did you know that SPIN also makes safer by blocking restricted videos?
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Smoothwall US Aug 2
We’re more than . Meeting minimum statutory requirements doesn’t protect your students from today's risks. Our solutions can provide a complete infrastructure that protects your whole school community. Learn more
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CyberPeace Foundation Aug 3
📺 Bandhan | Webinar on Responding to Cyberbullying and | in collaboration with CID, CCPWC and Foundation. Join ⏰ 11 AM today ▶️
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Google.org Aug 5
To address , our grantee has launched a $1M Africa Online Safety Fund that seeks innovative ideas by nonprofits and social enterprises focused on children, young people, and families across . Apply here:
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Developers of Digital Consciousness™ Aug 3
Hear real stories and advice from parents, teachers, teens, influencers and experts about their real life experiences with social media, tech...and sometimes beyond the digital universe.
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Khalid Shami Aug 5
Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa voice app privacy policies are often “problematic” and violate baseline requirements.
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Rudlings Wakelam Aug 5
Internet scams and online fraud seem to have ramped up to new levels during the lockdown. We came across this helpful article from Age UK, which could help you stay safe online.
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