Our latest work for online safety group for children, Internet Matters, has just been published. This wave we’ve been talking about pornography….

More specifically, our research finds that parents strongly support the Government’s plans to introduce age verification on commercial porn sites and three in four (76%) feel that there should be greater restrictions online to stop kids seeing adult content.  Seven in ten parents of children age four to 16 say they are confident that age-verification will make a difference. Click here to read more



Internet Matters (originally set-up as joint venture by the UK’s four leading ISPS – BT, Sky, TalkTalk and Virgin Media and supported by a network of the digital giants such as the BBC, Google, Facebook) has been working with Trinity McQueen for almost two years to better understand parents’ concerns and challenges of keeping children safe online.

Annabel Gerrard