All graphic images of self-harm will be removed from Instagram, the head of the social media platform has told the BBC.
Mobile phones should be banned from the dinner table and bedtimes as part of a healthy approach to devices, the UK's four chief medical officers have said.
Parents and teachers cannot keep up with technology quickly enough to effectively deal with cyber bullying, the Children's Commissioner has said.
‘Every hour spent online and on a smartphone is an hour less talking to family, and it’s an hour less exercise and it’s an hour less sleep,’ say Nick Gibb.
Under-25s are being targeted on Instagram and Snapchat by fraudsters looking to turn them into "money mules".
The study, of almost 60,000 teenagers nationwide, found that only 5 percent were meeting experts' recommendations on three critical health habits: sleep; exercise; and time spent gazing at digital media and television.
Glades Middle School in Miramar has been assigned extra police officers Wednesday after investigators say students received texts or messages on social media Tuesday night warning them of a school shooting.
Louisiana CTO argues that districts need to change the conversation around privacy and take proactive steps to keep students’ data safe.
A US teenager who discovered a security flaw in Apple's FaceTime video-calling system has been given a bug bounty.
A San Antonio man is suing his 14-year-old son's classmates and their parents, accusing the students of starting online rumors that the teenager was planning a school shooting.s