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Internet Safety

Chatdanger
Chatdanger shows you how to keep safe while chatting online; a site all about the potential dangers on interactive services online like chat, instant messenger (IM), online games, email and on mobiles.

Email: info@chatdanger.com
Website: www.chatdanger.com

Hotline.ie
The hotline.ie service provides an anonymous facility for the public to report suspected illegal content (Child Pornography) encountered on the Internet, in a secure and confidential way.

ISPAI www.hotline.ie Service
Unit 25 Sandyford Office Park
Blackthorn Avenue
Dublin 18
Ireland
Tel: 1890 610 710
Email: info@hotline.ie
Website: www.hotline.ie

ReassureMe.com
Reassure.com is a social enterprise project that enables even technology-shy parents to supervise and guide their children on correct and safe usage of the web, search engines, chat rooms, social meeting places and internet security.

Website: www.reassureme.com

SelfieCop
SelfieCop sends parents a copy of every photo or video taken on their child's smartphone. This helps deter, detect & defuse unsafe behaviour in kids aged up to 12 years old. SelfieCop is NOT SpyWare. SelfieCop can only have its deterrent effect when the child knows it is there! As such, it is always visible to your child on their phone.

Website: www.selfiecop.com

Webwise
Webwise is the internet safety initiative of the Professional Development Service for Teachers. It aims to educate and raise awareness about protecting children online so that they can enjoy the benefits of the internet without compromising their safety and privacy.

Website: www.webwise.ie

NSPCC

Helpful advice and tools you can use to help keep your child safe whenever and wherever they go online.

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/online-safety/