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Roblox, the latest gaming fad online

We are hearing from a lot of Customers, Parents, Teachers and Schools about kids on Roblox and what do you think for example should parents ban it in the home? etc.

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Online Safety and Security Tips for the Elderly

The online world's a great place. With the right tools you can keep it that way. But you need to develop a sixth sense for detecting the very real threat of scammers, phishing and fraud.

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PR Stunt from Facebook as they up age for WhatsApp to 16

Just announced from Facebook who own Instagram and Whatsapp a new age limit of 16 for European Whatsapp users. 

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20 million reasons you need to know about General Data Protection Regulations

By May 2018, All businesses and organisations will face fines of up to €20 million if they are not compliant with the General Data Protection Regulations – GDPR.

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Honesty App, Sarahah, Thank you for your honesty

Cyber bullying has been in the spotlight over the last decade due to individuals abusing the right to express themselves while affecting others in the process. The Sarahah app has given such individuals a platform in which they can target others by sending any type of message they wish without exposing their identity.

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Snapchat explained for parents - King amongst teenagers

The received picture & message then disappears with a matter a matter of seconds on the recipients phone. This is Snapchats most famous feature, the cause of all the trouble and the feature most copied by others like Facebook, Instagram.

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Safeguarding Online Presence: Essential Security Tips For Seniors

The majority of senior citizens in developed countries use the internet to access critical services such as healthcare, stay in touch with family, browse news, stay active in the workforce and even earn a living or conduct business. 

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Hosting Summer Students - Agreeing the Online Rules

Parents regularly tell us that they're not sure how much online time international students should have or whether they should be regulating what students look at. 

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Putting iKydz to the Test. A Parent’s View

We asked one of our competition winners, Rhoda Mc Donald to give us her iKydz verdict; so we asked her about how easy it is to use and whether she’d recommended it to other parents. Here’s what Rhoda thinks.

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Protecting Yourself from Phishing & Scams - What to Look Out For

Phishing is essentially communication designed to get you to divulge information such as personal or bank details or credit card numbers. You may get an email purporting to be from a reputable source such as your bank or IT service provider. 

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