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Top tips for Children to stay safe online during summer

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The Blue Whale Suicide game

The Blue Whale Suicide game

A phenomenon that has taken over the World called the ‘Blue Whale’ suicide game. From Wikipedia, “The term Blue Whale game (Russian: Синий кит, Siniy kit) refers to a trend on Russian-speaking social media, linked to a possible increase in child and teenage suicides. The term ‘Blue Whale game’ name derived from the image of… Read More »

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The Killer awoke before Dawn

 Brought to you by Niall Mulrine, www.PcClean.ie and www.CyberSafetyAdvice.com   “The killer awoke before dawn, he put his boots on. He took a face from the ancient gallery And he walked on down the hall” – Jim Morrison. The scene this paints is one of horror and fear, which in essence is the seed to… Read More »

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Should my child be on Instagram?

A question that parents are facing more frequently due to the raise of social media and change on how people are communicating with each other, is when should I allow my child open a certain social media account? Is it a question that can be answered easily? There is no simple yes or no answer… Read More »

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72-hour-challenge follows up on Neknomination

  Cast your mind back to the beginning of 2014. The highlights on social media and the news as the fad that took global attention and caused great fear to all parents. This fad was Neknomination and it meant that people used social media to challenge people to drink large or dangerous amounts of alcohol… Read More »

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How much of life do we live on social media -Part2

Continuing on from the previous article on how much life do we live on social media, we will now focus on how screen time habits can be easily formed with children without parents intentionally meaning to do so. Apparently, children aged up to 21 years of age need direction, boundaries and rules so as not… Read More »

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