Internet Safety UK in the Best of the Web UK Directory

Internet Safety UK

Action Fraud

An online resource for reporting Internet scams and viruses with an A-Z of fraud, news, alerts and safety advice.

Bank Safe Online

A UK banking industry initiative to help online banking customers stay safe online; includes advice and guidance on scams, and a scam reporting facility.

CEOP - Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre

A multi-agency service dedicated to tackling the exploitation of children. Includes information resources for children and young people, parents and guardians, and professionals, with a guide to the agency's role and activities, news, and contacts.


Non profit organisation which works to raise awareness about internet and online safety for children and young people. childnet

Childnet International

Works to make the Internet a safe place for children. Includes an advice section and factsheets, online resources, and links for further information and organisations.

The ESET Cybersmart Awards 2013

Awards which aim to recognise people who educate others about internet safety. Includes nomination form. cybersmartaward

Get Safe Online

Provides computer users (personal and business) with advice and resources on using the internet safely and securely; a joint initiative between government, law enforcement, businesses and the public sector.

Good to Know

Google UK's joint internet safety campaign in association with Citizen's Advice Bureau.

Internet Watch Foundation

The UK hotline for reporting illegal internet content, including child pornography and incitement to racial hatred. Contains extensive information for members of the public, the media and business users.

Open Rights Group

A campaigning and lobbying organisation promoting freedom of expression, privacy, and consumer rights on the net; with details of current campaigns and news, blog, local groups, and contacts.


Q&A type community site which allows parents to seek advice from other parents about digital and online safety matters. quibly

Think U Know

A comprehensive guide to staying safe on the internet, with resources for different age groups from 5-16, parents and carers, teachers, and other professionals working with young people.

UK Council for Child Internet Safety

Brings together organisations from industry, charities, the public sector, and government to deliver the recommendations from the Byron Report, "Safer Children in a Digital World" (2007).

UK Safer Internet Centre

Features news and advice about how to safely use the internet and other new and emerging technologies. Includes information and ideas for the annual Safer Internet Day in February.

Whole Family Safety

Features advice from Microsoft UK on safety for children with mobile phones, games consoles and internet access.

YourOnlineChoices UK

Offers a consumer guide to online behavioural advertising and online privacy; includes how it works, a FAQ, a library of tips, how to make a complaint, and a booklet to download.

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