This week we have a wonderful Reader Story from Reader in Residence Laragh behind our Featured Poem, What if you Slept? by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. 387 more words
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A new phishing scheme that tries to steal their credit card details and other personal information is being targeted at Netflix users.
The attack begins when a Netflix subscriber receives a notification asking them to update their membership. 276 more words
The Brighton’Protect Youth Services’ campaign continues to display remarkable energy and creativity – see Facebook page.
Evidently such was the impact of young people at Monday’s Children, Young People and Skills Committee, the sharpness of their questioning, that the Chair, Councillor Tom Bewick has announced he will relinquish his role as Labour’s lead on children and young people. 189 more words
Cyber Security Expert Dr Jessica Barker joined Radio 2’s Drivetime show, presented by Simon Mayo, to talk about one of the biggest cyber security pitfalls: users having the same, weak passwords for all of their accounts. 178 more words
My favourite youth work blogger, James Ballantyne, kicks off the New Year with a list of questions it’s difficult to resist answering. His musing starts from pondering whether all youth workers are huddled in cold offices. 604 more words
I’m wondering to what extent youth workers are up to scratch with this ‘hostile’ development, which clearly may involve young people engaged with youth clubs, projects and initiatives? 425 more words
On The last day of Christmas Safe In Warwickshire wants to give you more information about how you can report cyber crime, how to find more specific information on cyber safety and specific support services available. 386 more words