UK Acts To Keep Children Safe Online
This article was posted on Wednesday, 12:33, UTC.
In the UK, a new government directive requires all school strengthen measures to prevent children cyber-bullying, pornography and radicalization. The changes will mean children as young as 5 will receive online education about social media use and other issues online. The plans, created by Education Secretary Nicky Morgan and announced today, aim to prevent children from experiencing questionable materials online. “Recent events have shown that the risks to young people being targeted by radical groups have risen and should not be underestimated,” a UK government announcement read. Schools will be required to apply filters and monitoring systems so children cannot…
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