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Annual Report 2017/18
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A report on the activities of the NSPCC in the past year, including a summary of accounts for the year ended 31 March 2018.
New parental controls announced by Sky to improve child safety online
21 December 2015 / News
New settings are big step forward in keeping children safe online, says Peter Wanless
Dare to Debate: online safety
29 February 2016 / News
Our expert panel discusses whether the internet can ever be safe for our children?
Privacy settings a top concern for primary school children in online safety
30 April 2015 / News
Primary school children have flagged privacy settings for apps, games and websites as a top concern in online safety
New law is needed to protect children online
5 November 2014 / News
Existing laws are failing to keep children safe - the government must introduce new legislation, writes NSPCC Head of child safety online Claire Lilley.
Online safety and age verification must stay a priority
25 September 2015 / News
Keeping children safe online is one of our priorities—it’s essential the issue also stays at the top of the government agenda, says Dr. Julia Fossi
Baby and toddler safety
We've partnered with In the Night Garden to offer helpful advice and support to parents on bonding with your baby, crying, and coping with stress.
Online porn - Keeping Children Safe
Advice on how to talk to your child about the risks of online porn and sexually explicit material.
O2 partnership will help parents to avoid 'digital delay'
27 August 2015 / News
Our new partnership with O2 is designed to give parents the tools, support and information they need to help their children explore the internet safely.
Talking to your child about staying safe online
How to start the conversation with your child about staying safe online, and what to do if you're worried about online safety.
Minecraft: A parent's guide
It's not always easy to know how to keep children safe while they play Minecraft. Know the risks of the game, so you can keep children safe.
Innocent searches online can lead to not so innocent results. But parental controls can help keep your child safe.
What we stand for
At the NSPCC we believe we're all responsible for keeping childhood free from abuse, doing everything possible to protect children and prevent it from happening.
NSPCC & O2 | Keeping kids safe online
We've joined forces to help keep children safe. Get tips and advice online or call our free O2 & NSPCC helpline.
We’ve got advice and support for you and your child to help keep children safe online.
Online games: helping children to play safe
Find out about the risks of online gaming, how to decide what games are best for your child and ways to keep them safe.
Social media sites failing to protect us, children warn
27 April 2017 / News
Research reveals that children aren't being shielded from inappropriate and dangerous content
Parental mental health
Helping children living with parents with mental health problems.
Online safety not taken seriously by social media companies
5 June 2015 / News
NSPCC CEO, Peter Wanless pens letter to Facebook and Government in response to disturbing video being shared online.
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