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Online Privacy

Protecting our privacy – 5 steps to take today

by guest blogger Ruby Corcoran As a designer I would like to think of a world where everything is designed for the better following a set of ethical pract ...

Taking the Leap to Smart Toys?

There’s no doubt about it; children’s toys are certainly getting much cooler these days. From interactive board games to talking dolls, the internet of toy ...

CyberSafeIreland launches flyer for parents on conversations to have at home about online safety

CyberSafeIreland surveyed 1,500 children aged between 8 and 13 between September and November 2017 and found over a third of children are rarely or never t ...

When should we start talking to our children about Internet safety?

Online safety is a big worry for many parents. But at what age should we sit down and talk to our children about the potential dangers and what are the ste ...

So Your Kid is a Muser – What Parents Need to Know about Musical.ly

Cliona Curley, Programme Director at CyberSafeIreland reflects on one of the latest apps to appeal to Irish pre-teens… When we started our schools program ...

A Technical Solution to Online Safety?

Professor Andy Phippen, Special Advisor on Digital Wellbeing to CyberSafeIreland, writes about the pros and cons of using technical interventions to keep k ...