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Policy Central - Version 6 Now Available
Wed July 16, 2014

Policy Central - Version 6 Now Available

The very latest version of Policy Central is now available to order from Future Digital

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Social media ‘at least half’ of calls passed to front-line police
Thu June 26, 2014

Social media ‘at least half’ of calls passed to front-line police

Complaints originating from social media make up "at least half" of calls passed on to front-line officers, a senior officer has told the BBC.

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Sensationalist media coverage skewing children’s ability to assess online risk
Tue June 10, 2014

Sensationalist media coverage skewing children’s ability to assess online risk

The meaning of online problematic situations for children: results of qualitative cross-cultural investigation in nine European countries

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Six schools in Islam Trojan Horse plot in Birmingham face closure
Wed June 04, 2014

Six schools in Islam Trojan Horse plot in Birmingham face closure

Six schools in Islam Trojan Horse plot in Birmingham face closure after inquiry finds they did too little too protect children from extremism

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Sensationalist media coverage skewing children’s ability to assess online risk
Wed June 04, 2014

Sensationalist media coverage skewing children’s ability to assess online risk

Sensationalist media coverage of online risks, such as cyberbullying or the dangers of meeting an online ‘friend’ offline, may be acting as a barrier to effectively educating children on e-safety, a new report has claimed.

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Should schools do more to protect teachers from cyberbulling?
Wed June 04, 2014

Should schools do more to protect teachers from cyberbulling?

Research shows that a fifth of teachers have received online abuse from pupils or their parents.

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How children engage with the internet: Sonia Livingstone at TEDx EXETER
Wed May 28, 2014

How children engage with the internet: Sonia Livingstone at TEDx EXETER

Sonia Livingstone, Internet safety expert, talks about how children engage with the Internet at TEDx EXETER

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Almost 2,000 kids questioned over social media abuse
Wed May 28, 2014

Almost 2,000 kids questioned over social media abuse

Almost 2,000 children in the UK have been investigated for social media abuse, offensive Twitter messages and online bullying since 2011, it has been revealed.

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