Working to make the online world safer for kids and their families through enlightened public policy, industry best practice and good digital parenting.
Join us for this year's premier online safety event. The leading thinkers and practitioners from government, industry and the NGO sectors will be there to share, collaborate, exhibit, discuss and figure out solutions to a wide range of Internet safety challenges.
Twenty years ago, my mother didn't think twice about letting me spend hours on end in from of the television or playing Oregon Trail on the computer.
In the second of the series on responses to controversial online content this FOSI Brief examines the ways that the Internet community can respond to online challenges and help create a better Internet for all. The first Brief looked at technical responses and concluded that while technical advancements promise much in the fight against objectionable, but legal content, on their own technical solutions are not enough.
In a new era of connected life, the subject of children’s use of emerging technologies, and subsequent privacy and security implications, has become a top priority for families.
It’s not fake news to say that media reports have devoted much airtime and column inches to stories relating to offensive online content recently. In fact, over the last 12 month we have witnessed a considerable increase in media reports of online harassment, revenge porn, extremist videos and fake news.