Thomson, Rebecca
December 2009
Computer Weekly;12/15/2009, p66
Trade Publication
The article reports that the Internet safety strategy called Click Clever Click Safe produced by Great Britain Council for Child Internet Safety will require Internet service providers (ISP) to be independently reviewed to make sure they are doing enough to keep children safe. The strategy will also require social networking sites, retailers, schools and charities to adhere to a digital code and by 2011 primary school children will be taught Internet safety from the age of five.


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