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UK Council for Child Internet Safety Launches

The UK Government launched its programme to help protect children from exposure to potentially harmful content on the Internet, including some forms of advertising. New Media Knowledge spoke to AOL, one of the companies involved, to see what real impact the new group would have.


Parents Fear For Networked Kids

Internet experts have called on social network sites to do more to protect children as a survey reveals that three-quarters (72 per cent) of parents spy on their children.


Cartoon Safety

Concern over the child safety online remains a hot topic. According to Government child protection agency, the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP), around one in four children who make friends online then go and meet them offline. Tim Hoang reports on a new initiative.


MySpace Takes Safety Steps

MySpace, the popular social networking site, has agreed to a broad set of guidelines with 49 US states aimed at protecting younger users of the Internet.


The Kids are Alright

The US National School Boards Association has published a report showing that the vast majority of children are using online social services and are contributing creatively to online communities.


Safety Location Phone Beams Down

mTrack, the company behind KidsOK, has launched i-Kids, positioned as the UK's most accurate child location device using satellite technology...


Report: Child Safety on Web

In July 2004 NMK held an afternoon conference where an expert panel discussed and explored the many issues surrounding the dangers and subsequent protection of minors in the digital domain.


Child Safety on the Internet

Are you endangering children with your internet practices? While there is a wealth of knowledge available to the general public on Internet safety, there is little information available to people who work in new media. NMK believes it's time the industry began to inform itself of the issues involving child safety.


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