A children's charity has criticised the government for failing to implement half of its recommendations to make young people safer online - 10 years after they first made them.
A letter home to parents warns that children are receiving inappropriate messages with characters doing 'very adult things'.
Police have issued a warning amid a growing trend of sexual images being shared with large groups of people on social media sites.
Children at risk of online grooming should be sent automatic alerts as part of the government's internet safety strategy, the NSPCC has said.
Survey reveals widespread bullying, assaults and a lack of support from teachers.
With sexual harassment a common theme in news broadcasts, schools need to educate students about how to recognize and avoid it.
Survey prompts research university in New Orleans to expand prevention efforts.
Referrals for mental health and poor behavior are reportedly down across the 70 Kentucky Valley Educational Cooperative schools using the program.
Incorporating these platforms into curriculum isn't a simple leap, but there's value in students' familiarity with them and the benefits they offer.
The civics lessons we teach our students outside of the digital arena apply to the online world and vice versa. So why should we place restrictions on being good citizens?s