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!

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This Activist Posted Billboards Highlighting The Harms of Pornography

Chrissy is a mother and activist in the anti-pornography movement. She recently coordinated an effort to post billboards in Pottstown, PA highlighting the harmful effects of pornography. NCOSE recently had the opportunity to interview her about her efforts and ways in...

Finding great Video Content For Your Children

Finding great content for children to watch is a good way to balance their consumption of YouTube videos. Over the last few months, I’ve been looking into how to find this efficiently, when there are so many different streaming services available. Here are a few...

What is the dark web? – Advice for parents

According to statistics, we can only search 4% of online content that is public; this is considered to be the Surface Web. The other 96% represent the Deep Web and the Dark Web. To help you understand what these are and the risks to children, we’ve pulled together a...

IoT Lockdown: Ways to Secure Your Family’s Digital Home and Lifestyle

If you took an inventory of your digital possessions chances are, most of your life — everything from phones to toys, to wearables, to appliances — has wholly transitioned from analog to digital (rotary to wireless). What you may not realize is that with this dramatic...

#ChooseRespect this Anti-Bullying Week

Anti-Bullying Week is taking place this month, running from the 12th – 16th November. The Anti-Bullying Alliance, who coordinate the week, are asking schools and youth groups to get involved and celebrate this year’s theme of ‘Choose Respect’.

Webinar: The Harms of Pornography

Pornography is more pervasive than ever. Our culture has become pornified and today’s teens are being bombard with sexually graphic content. Finally, the scientific research is catching up. Pornography harms. It is destroying our brain, our relationships, and our...

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