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Argyll and Bute MP backs online safety campaign

BRENDAN O’Hara, MP for Argyll and Bute, is supporting online safety campaigner Internet Matters, which offers help to schools and parents.

Internet Matters, which aims to help parents keep children safe online, held a joint parliamentary dropin session with Google to showcase the tools they both have available for parents and schools, in helping to ensure children’s online safety. Mr O’Hara said: ‘As children increasingly live their lives in a digital world, internet safety is becoming more of a pressing issue for teachers and schools. All children should be able to enjoy the wealth of information and entertainment available online in a way that is as safe and age appropriate as possible. Building children’s digital resilience is a key life-skill that is needed for young people today.’

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