2018 saw Bullying and Fortnite as the biggest issues in Primary schools. For Secondary schools, it was Bullying, Sexting and the need for Online Reputation.
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Sexting is now compounded with the push for live-streaming on all platforms. Teenage fights are being live-streamed, some of it particularly nasty. There have been some horrible reports/livestreams in the UK over the last couple of weeks of girls fighting.
Kids will tell you that Fortnite is better than all of the other games put together. Fortnite is free and was introduced in mobile form last Spring. Fortnite, like all of the other games, is meant to be addictive.
It’s not musical.ly anymore that’s for sure, we’re concerned that the new Chinese owners are not looking after their platform as they should be. You can now see over-sexualised girls, strangers and cursing.
There are three important guidelines here, which we think are key to kids safety. Most schools are aware of this and have told the kids all about them. But they are worth repeating and the payoff is huge, your kids will be that much safer. Read More
Beat the Electronic Pick Pocket. These RFID / NFC blocking card come with a black veneer finish, exactly same size as a credit/debit card. Elegant, inexpensive, complete Tap-n-Go protection for all the cards in your purse/wallet. Read More
The importance of a great online reputation is vital, and a bad online reputation can even lose you a job. Employers tell us every day that they make decisions based on people's online habits.
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Essentially, the best way to protect yourself on Facebook is to delete your account altogether. If that’s a little extreme, then below are a few internet safety steps you can take in the meantime.
On Sunday morning the BBC interviewed UK Health Boss Matt Hancock. He was actually talking some sense about Social Networks making them responsible for the users behaviour and content.
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