Fiona Kenny is an online writer and certified trainer working in the areas of social media and content creation.
With a background in education and digital media, she works with schools, businesses and groups, on how to manage social media for work and leisure.
With a particular focus on internet safety and cyberbullying, Fiona trains schools, businesses and organisations in online safety.
Fiona qualified with a Post Grad Dip in Digital Media Production from DIT and has a Masters in Politics from UCD.
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At BeSecureOnline, we believe that knowledge is power and by informing both yourself and your children of the dangers of the internet – you can help make the internet a safer place.
Internet safety for kids is at the heart of our business. We provide internet safety talks for kids and teens year round and have developed a realistic, fun approach to addressing issues and the dangers the internet often presents.
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Is it possible that the internet is being taken back by a silent majority who is finally making its voice heard, expressing its dismay about internet safety and the shocking content found on some platforms.
Following some menacing threats from the British Government, Health Secretary Matt Hancock pressured Facebook into announcing that Instagram would intervene and take down self-harm content.
Is this the start of something big or simply a cynical defense move?
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Before we dive into our safety guidelines – we’ll briefly explain what SnapChat is and how it works. Don’t worry most parents haven’t the faintest idea what or how it works.
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Social Media and the amount of time we spend online has a greater affect on our lives and mental health than we, as adults, can often comprehend.
Our children have an even less understanding of the impact social media, online bullying and instant gratification has on their day to day lives and overall happiness.
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