Thursday, 9 March 2017


The Internet has brought us a great many things in the virtual space. In fact modern society wouldn't be able to run without it. But just like the physical world it can be a dangerous place for our children, especially if they're not taught the rules and codes of how to navigate social media and the web safely. The following infographic by Everycloud looks at the facts and figures regarding children and the Internet, while offering tips and tools to encourage a safe and productive online environment.'s%20guide%20to%20internet%20safety%20design.jpg

Infographic Sources:
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[Source: Everycloud.]

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