You can find lots of useful advice on the UKSIC website, but here are our top tips: Talk with them about your concerns, so that they can reassure you.
Ask them what they would do if someone they didn’t know started speaking to them.
Lately, networks have been changing talk-show hosts faster than Zsa Zsa Gabor changed husbands.
(That joke is our tribute to Johnny Carson.) The final piece falls into place tonight, when Colbert makes his CBS debut in Letterman’s old chair.
Time moves on but talking about behaviour is still the best way to address any worries you may have. Kayleigh’s Love Story highlights the persistent and continual fashion in which she was being contacted.
If a child seems to be glued to their phone and are too easily distracted by their new messaging app then have a chat with them about it.
There are lots of safety and privacy features available that young people may not be aware of, you can find out more in our guide to popular social media sites.
If there’s one theme running through the thousands upon thousands of interviews Stern has conducted, it’s that he hates a phony.
Sometimes that can be a limited, teenaged lens through which to view the world, but Stern’s bullshit detector is what his fans love most about him, and his own neuroses and discomfort more than balance out the self-righteousness.
Focusing on behaviour allows you, as an adult, to draw from your experience to provide the support a young person may need.
As South West Grid for Learning’s (SWGf L) Online Safety Director, Ken Corish, wrote in this blog: “Our children are not born experts in online life.