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Parent Online Safety Guides

It is becoming increasingly common for children and young people to communicate online using photos and videos. Many new social networks, apps and services have become popular with young people over the last few years because of the ease with which they allow users to create, edit and share their photos and videos.
Images and videos shared online contain a lot of information that can affect young people in a number of ways. Sharing photos online can be an extremely positive and empowering experience for children and young people but it is important that they are aware of the potential risks that come with sharing images online; particularly images of themselves such as selfies.
Talking to your child about these risks, how they manage them and what to do if they are worried is key to supporting them to make positive choices and stay safe online.
Access the free resources below, to help you to be more informed about your child's use of social media and how you can help them to stay safe online and identify the potential risks involved in the use of the internet and social media via smartphones, tablets and computers.


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