Blogs tagged "Online safety"

July 2017

CMC 2017: Report – Can We Fix It?

Posted on: Wednesday 05 July 2017 3:06pm by Tyler McRae

Debating the issues surrounding online child safety has never been more important. Giles Dilnot spearheaded this important panel discussion, with the aid of in-house social media app Slido to bring audience comments and feedback into the equation  Takeaway: Tech conglomerates need to be more involved in safety, despite it not being profitable. A digital charter is necessary but needs great development to work effectively Educating parents will make a child’s online experience better Detail: Digital literacy can be just as important as some of the core school subjects such as Maths and English to help a child gain key skills. Baroness Beeban Kidron, Founder, 5Rights, discussed the introduction of a digital charter that should include tailored design standards around content, activity, and algorithmic…

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June 2012

Are we safe yet?

Posted on: Saturday 30 June 2012 8:30pm

Are we safe yet? Cinema 3, 3.40 - 4.40pm Thursday July 5th. Questions can be tweeted before and during the session with #CMCSafe. Internet safety for children will always be debated, says producer of 'Are We Safe Yet?' Olivia Dickinson. So come along with your questions – and answers if you have them – as the panel debates what progress has been made in the 12 months since the recommendations of the Bailey Review. We’ve requested solid progress points from the panel of contributors, including Reg Bailey himself. How can media owners and producers engage with parents and children in a meaningful way to develop their media literacy? Who is responsible for educating children and parents to become media literate?…

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