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Learn how quick and easy it is to stay private and safe on twitter.
Learn how quick and easy it is to stay private on facebook.
Find out how easy it is to filter adult content on YouTube...
Find out in 90 seconds why we consider Omegle a high risk chat site...
Check out this info video and decide if you're OK with your child using instagram.
Learn how to keep a Snapchat profile private.
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Why manage your child's online safety?
Protect your child's online reputation by learning how to eliminate or reduce exposure to apps and sites that entice risky behaviour.
Learn all about the latest apps and sites your kids are likely to want to use and decide if they are suitable for your child or not.
Learn how to protect your child from online predators and bullies by increasing their privacy and reducing their exposure to strangers.
Learn how to protect your child's identity by implementing privacy settings and teaching your child not to reveal personal information.
Our latest posts:
A "Stalker's Paradise"? With Snapchat's latest update, the app has introduced "Snap Map" - this new feature allows Snapchat users to see each others location whilst using the app...
Are our digital lives more important than our real ones? It’s undeniable: We’re hooked on social media, and this trend is not going away anytime soon.
Nicole Lovell would have been 14 last week...
Instead, Nicole was lured to her death on the multi-media chat app Kik by her killers just over a year ago. Her tragic death acts as a stark reminder of how a chat with a stranger online can have tragic consequences and highlights why we, as parents need to be vigilant with protecting our children online.
We had a good deal of requests recently from parents concerned their children accidentally (or not so accidentally) come across adult material on YouTube. Luckily, there is a very quick and easy way to activate YouTube's "restricted mode" and we have created a very short tutorial for it...
Check out our app guide to Yellow where you will find out what the hype in the media is all about...
Schools are out, the kids are at home and if they're allowed, 99% of them would be glued to their phones for at least half of every day! Whilst it's tempting to assume that the phone is keeping them out of mischief, it's also right to assume that it could be tempting them into mischief! Here are some quick tips to help you help them stay safe over the holidays (and beyond).
Knowledge is everything, especially when it comes to child safety online. We conduct parent and pupil school-wide surveys before our internet safety workshops, so we are able to quickly identify high-risk behaviours, and more importantly high risk apps that are popular amongst children and teens. Here are 4 we are particularly concerned with - find out why...
While parenting in the digital age can feel overwhelming, especially since we're the first generation of parents figuring this out, it doesn't have to be so daunting...
In 2016, we are continuing our focus on results-driven action and change in online safety. We are excited to announce that immunizeNet is today distributing a free electronic social media safety "Quick Guide" to all schools in Ireland.
Please download this practical, handy 2 page guide directly from our website at www.immunizeNet.ie
I often get asked by parents what the minimum ages for certain apps are - so I thought I would share an overview of all the most popular apps and their minimum age with you. Some may surprise you...did you know of instance that Whats App's minimum age is 16?