BBC and Google in online child safety initiative

google_bbcThe BBC and Google have joined forces with internet service providers on an initiative to promote online safety for children.

The two organisations have become the first official partners of Internet Matters, which was set up two years ago by BT, Sky, Virgin and TalkTalk to teach parents and children about issues such as cyberbullying and protecting privacy. Google and the BBC already run their own internet safety programmes, but Internet Matters claims their support recognises the importance of a collaborative approach.

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