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Child Safety Online:A practical guide for parents and carers

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From:Department for Culture, Media & Sport and Baroness Shields
First published: 29 February 2016

1: "The guide includes practical tips about the use of safety and privacy features on apps and platforms, as well as conversation prompts to help families begin talking about online safety. It also contains pointers to further advice and support."

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Child Safety Online: A Practical Guide for Providers of Social Media and Interactive Services

From: Department for Culture, Media & Sport and Baroness Shields
First published: 1 March 2016

2: "This is a guide for providers of social media and interactive services and includes examples of good practice and advice and information about how to keep children safe online"

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Re: Child Safety Online:A practical guide for parents and ca

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It may be aimed at protecting children, but at least 50% of adults should be taking this advice.
We often think that when we have completed our study of one we know all about two, because 'two' is 'one and one.' We forget that we still have to make a study of 'and.'
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