What is the point of Safer Internet Day? Kids' online habits changed and grew coarser during COVID-19 and we think schools and parents didn't notice a thing except kids were using their phones more. Let's get rid of safer internet day #SID2023 and do something else if nobody is bothered to keep up.
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If you’d like to capture a video of what’s happening on your iPhone screen, you can use a built-in feature of iOS to make a screen recording. It’s like taking a screenshot, but a video. This also works on the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
St Patrick's Day, 2022. The British Government bring forward what they say are the most aggressive new online safety laws in the world. New Laws for cyber flashing, social media portals made liable for user content, huge fines, jail time for executives.
IT Cybersecurity incidents have a devastating impact on businesses and small home offices, with the average loss in 2021 costing over $330,000 per incident, according to London insurer Hiscox. Cybersecurity experts recommend action. Any action is better than nothing and could reduce the impact of the most common incidents.
Here is how to set up Time Limits on an iPhone. In this case, we are showing how to set up 1 hour a day limit on WhatsApp Monday through Saturday. And two hours on Sunday. Screen by Screen.
We give Discord, the chat messaging service popular with gamers, the BeSecureOnline once over. Launched in 2015, by two video gamers, Discord enjoys 140 million active monthly users. Drawn by the emphasis on chat, messages and community building, users benefit from no advertising, no forced feed or algorithms.
Help for frustrated parents who have enough of their teenagers online, teenagers complete disinterest in their own digital wellbeing and total disregard for the simple fact, the internet is a learned habit. Sounds good, read on.
YouTube is the 2nd most popular site on the internet. Here's an updated 2021 review on keeping your kids safe on YouTube, including a Restricted Mode and YouTube for kids.
Every day the police ask people to hand over their electronic devices including phones and individuals. Many people are left with the impression that they are under an obligation to do so.
During COVID-19 online gaming portals said usage was up 60%. Now it's time to win that time back and get kids back on track putting down devices reducing game time.