Do you know what your kids are doing online?


7 out of 10 teenagers
hide their online activity from their parents.

90% of boys & 60% of girls are exposed to pornography before 18.

Now is the time to get informed & protect your kids!

Latest articles

Facebook Messenger Rooms what you need to know

As you would expect – with the amount of group video chat-calls taking place these days, Facebook, the world’s biggest and best known social media platform would not want to miss out on that action.  Drum roll Facebook Messenger Rooms.. their newly launched group...

Amazon Hosting “Humor” Books About Child Sexual Abuse Grooming

One Reddit user was horrifyingly on the dot about the potential for a certain book series sold on Amazon — comprised of books with titles like Spank the Monkey Lends a Hand and Put Tony’s Nuts in Your Mouth! — accidentally ending up in a children’s library. While...

ICOSE and Allies Win Pornography Debate at Cambridge Union Society

The movement to end sexual exploitation marches ever on, as the International Centre on Sexual Exploitation’s (ICOSE) Haley McNamara — along with journalist and activist Jo Bartosch and the spokesperson for FiliA, a UK-based feminist organisation, Raquel Rosario...

Protecting kids’ privacy in the classroom and beyond

Educational technologies are always changing and this poses a great challenge to parents and educators as our main interest is to keep children safe but encourage the technology we think shall best support our young learners. The effective and cautious use of data can...

Combating Demand is Crucial for Protecting Victims of Prostitution

For advocates and allies in the movement to end sexual exploitation, the arrest of even one sex buyer, pimp, or trafficker is cause for celebration. It’s like Christmas when hundreds, even thousands, of these exploiters are held responsible for their actions. For...

Why I Believe Bark is a Great Successor to uKnowKids

In 2008, a teenage child in my extended family was victimized by an online predator on Facebook. While the child was not physically harmed, the events were serious enough that the predator was ultimately sentenced to 40 years in prison for his history of child...

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