Elaine Byrnes, Doctoral Researcher-Psychology, NUI Galway offers advice on what to to do if intimate images of your child are shared online.
Sharing nudes that could hurt or embarrass others causes real harm, damages reputations and changes lives forever.
It is NOT okay for anyone to pressure or coerce you into sending nudes online. If this happens to you, you are a victim of a crime.
Áine Lynch, CEO of the National Parents Council Primary offers advice for parents on supporting their children online.
Detective Sergeant Mike Smyth explains the potential legal implications of ‘sexting’. Top Tip: Remind your child to treat every individual they interact with online with respect.
Detective Sergeant Mike Smyth describes how cases of online grooming are dealt with by An Garda Síochána. Top Tip: Email your local garda station or call 1800 555 222 if
Detective Sergeant Mike Smyth explains what to do if a child is potentially being groomed online. Top Tip: Watch for signs of withdrawal and secrecy in your child. Don’t delete
Author Dr Ciarán Mc Mahon talks about the need for parents to stay up to date with social media platforms. Top Tip: Use your life experience to explain privacy and