The new Clever Never Goes programme, developed by the charity Action Against Abduction, seeks to moves the focus away from strangers and instead teaches children to recognise when someone (anyone) is asking them to go with them.
It’s a phenomenon. Millions upon millions of players worldwide. A free to play online shoot-‘em-up survival game with lots of bad guys to kill. But, who are your children playing with and what are the hidden dangers within ‘Fortnite Battle Royale’?
In light of the recent conviction of Matthew Falder, Andy Passingham takes a look at the NSPCC review “10 years since the Byron report” and asks; are the government doing enough to protect children online?