Fake anti-virus skyrockets in 2010
Two-fifths of all fake anti-virus was produced this year alone, according to Panda Security.
Fake anti-virus cold calling warning issued
One in four people have been contacted by gangs trying to flog fake IT security services, Get Safe Online says.
Facebook teams with CEOP for panic button
The new Facebook ClickCEOP panic button, aimed at youngsters, will lead users to online security advice.
Facebook enhances safety but still no 'panic button'
Facebook rolls out an ad campaign and integrates a CEOP link, but holds back from offering a 'safety button'.
Facebook called 'arrogant' in its approach to child safety
With complaints from users soaring, CEOP chief Jim Gamble says Facebook needs to accept it doesn't understand prevention or deterrence.
Many under-age kids are using social networking
One in four of of the country's pre-teen internet users have Facebook, MySpace or Bebo accounts, despite all three sites having minimum age limit of 1…
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Facebook says no to CEOP panic button
Despite a positive meeting with Home Secretary Alan Johnson, the social network has ruled out introducing a panic button on user homepages.
Q&A: Simon McCalla, IT director, Nominet
We speak to the IT director of the .uk domain registry to find out how our regional domain is doing.
Microsoft and CEOP collaborate on child-friendly version of
Click Clever Click Safe initiative provides one-click access to information and advice on keeping children out of harm's way while online.
'Sex' makes list of top search terms for children
The term is the ninth most searched term for children under seven, but doesn't make the top 20 for older teens.
Online safety to be taught in schools
The government has launched a new strategy to ensure children can surf the web safely.
CEOP calls for 'help' button on social networks
As Bebo adds the CEOP report button, the child protection group calls for others to follow.
UK ‘money mules’ earn £2,000 in a couple of hours
But by committing a crime they are likely to be punished heavily, while serious cyber criminals get off with the proceeds, according to a report.
Government bins plans to block paedophiles from Facebook
Plans to block known paedophiles from social networking sites such as Facebook and MySpace have been canned by the government.
CEOP: Parents and industry must protect kids online
The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre has called on parents and industry to change their behaviour to keep kids safe online.
Kids online twice as much as parents think
UK children spend more than 40 hours a month online, but their parents think they spend half that.
ISPs charge child abuse investigators for data
The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre has paid over £171,000 since 2006 for IP address data.
Cyber criminals can make £14,500 per person
The people at the highest risk of identity theft are those who shop or bank online, says Get Safe Online report.
Government launches internet watchdog
A new body announced today by the home secretary will try to keep children safe online.
The big, bad world of the web is getting worse
The amount of adult or controversial content carried on the internet has exploded in recent years - and porn is still tops for content.
Harvey Nichols integrates for customer service
The luxury department store chain is using IT to differentiate its service in-store and target its customers more accurately to boost the amount they …