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New BBC website to help kids understand the Internet

The BBC has launched a website that Director-General Tony Hall said will help to ‘minimise the risks’ for children in the digital world. The site, Own It, is aimed at nine- to 12-year-olds, and is delivered in partnership with a number of organisations working to improve child internet safety. The site includes information on topics […]
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