In an effort to curtail "poisonous websites" that "corrode childhood", David Cameron wants web firms to build in filters which porn users will have to actively opt out of. It seems like a vote winner, but will it work?
Toddlers rush online—to unknown risks Phys.Org The trend has prompted growing concern for children's safety – and especially the risks they may be exposed to through videos, apps and touch-screens, says the EU Kids Online Report, to which Australia...
Neither 'too little' nor 'too much' Times of Malta (blog) The EU Kids Online project aims to enhance knowledge of European children's and parents' experiences and practices regarding risky and safer use of the internet and new online technologies,...
It-tfal Maltin, bħal tfal oħra fl-Ewropa qegħdin jiġu influwenzati ħafna mill-istejjer sensazzjonali dwar esperjenzi onlajn li jiġu rrappurtati fil-midja. Din hija waħda mill-konklużjonijiet fir-rapport li għadu kemm ġie ppubblikat mill-EU Kids Online. Dan kien ibbażat fuq riċerka kwalitattiva li kienet tinkludi 56 focus group u 114-il intervista, li saret is-sena l-oħra f’disa’ pajjiżi Ewropej fosthom …
New report launched today: "Risk and Safety on the Internet: Comparting Brazilian and European Results." One of our findings is how young internet users in Brazil and in Europe share similar patterns of use and activities. These similarities suggest a transnational digital culture and socialisation that includes both old and new concerns. The report is written by Alexandre Barbosa, Brian O’Neill, Cristina Ponte, José Alberto Simões and Tatiana Jereissati and can be downloaded via www.eukidsonline.net
“ Infographic by Alissa Scheller for The Huffington Post. If it seems like your kids are constantly plugged in, tapping away on their iPhones, obsessively gaming and SnapChatting way more than they're actually ...”
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Remember Toddler Privacy Online Science Daily (press release) Dr Brian O'Neill, responsible for the EU Kids Online project in Ireland, explains: "EU Kids Online has spent seven years investigating 9-16 year olds' engagement with the internet,...
To better inform this policy field, EU Kids Online conducted a pan-European survey of children's use of the internet, resulting in the first fully comparable evidence base of children's use of the internet in 25 European countries.
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