Safe Internet Explorers

We've got the opportunity to make the internet safer for children. But we need your help.

The law's there to keep children safe. So that films are suitable for their age. So they can't just walk into sex shops. And toys are made with their safety in mind.

But the law doesn't give children the same protection online.

Right now, the government is working on new digital laws. Join us to demand:

  • websites, games and apps meet minimum safety standards
  • moderators are trained to spot signs of bullying online
  • simple steps are put in place to prevent children coming across sexual and violent content.

Help us make sure that children can be Safe Internet Explorers.

Online dangers

Demand a safer online world for children

We've got the chance to change new digital laws, but we need your help.

Join our campaign

The differences in the online and offline world

Safety on games and apps

Safety with moderators

Safe from sexual content

safe from violent content

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Creating a safer online world for children

We're proud to be part of the ICT Coalition for Children Online.

We're working with industry, government, schools and other organisations to help make sure that children use the internet in a safe and responsible way.

Find out more about the ICT Coalition.

Simple steps to keep children safe online

Parental controls

Innocent searches online can lead to not so innocent results. But parental controls can help keep your child safe.
Find out more

Make a donation today

A child will contact Childline every 25 seconds. Donate now and help us be there for every child.

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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.
What you need to know

Online safety

We’ve teamed up with O2 to help you keep children safe when they're using the internet, social networks, apps, games and more.
Online safety advice

Keeping children safe online - online course

Online training to give you a clear understanding of how children use the internet and other digital technology. Cost: £30
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