Sky works closely with the Child Exploitation and Online Protection centre (CEOP) to provide advice on safe internet place for children.
CEOP was launched in April 2006 and works across the UK with Government, law enforcement, and private businesses to tackle child sex abuse. It’s unique as a law-enforcement body in the way it pro-actively tackles this area in conjunction with a wide variety of stakeholders.
CEOP can provide advice on many aspects of internet use that may be susceptible to abuse, including chat rooms, social networking, blogs and mobile gaming.
If you wish to make a report concerning child abuse, visit
www.ceop.police.uk/reportabuse/index.asp. To get more information about the work of CEOP concerning child abuse you can do so at www.ceop.gov.uk.
The CEOP centre also provides a separate website specifically designed for young people using the Internet and web services: http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/ Sky fully supports the education of young internet users in this way and customers with children may want to show this site to other internet users in the family. The site also has a parent-dedicated area which links back to the CEOP centre.
Beyond advice, Sky offers active child abuse protection with Sky Parental Alert that can be found in Related Products section on this page.
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