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E-Safety Lists - Seven Questions You Need To Ask Your Provider

You may have seen a while back some of the national news coverage that Impero got over the new e-safety lists. Myself and a number of others helped create them and the one thing that I learnt from the process is that is  Rule 34 is true. It also reaffirmed…

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e-safety in schools survey infographic by Impero Software

Is your answer to e-safety in schools blocking? If it is, you might be shocked to discover that a recent survey by Impero revealed that  thirty-five per cent of students have circumnavigated online blocks designed to prohibit access to websites of an inappropriate nature. What’s more, ten per cent…

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Cyberbullying Research Centre 2013 Update

Justin Patchin from the Cyberbullying research centre discuss the current state on research conducted on cyberbullying. Cyberbullying Research: 2013 Update…

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What Is Missing From The E-Safety Debate

*If you came here searching for Pro-ana websites while I can’t force you I do ask you to consider contacting B-eat via http://www.b-eat.co.uk/. The news again today was recently filled with talk about how big companies like Google and Facebook can help do more to…

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E-Safety Teens, Social Media, and Privacy Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project

A new report from PEW Internet with update research on Teens, Social Media and Privacy. Teens are sharing more information about themselves on social media sites than they have in the past, but they are also taking a variety of technical and non-technical steps to manage the privacy of that…

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