Internet matters are a not-for-profit organisation that aims to help keep children safe in the digital world. They provide information and advice about issues faced by young people online as well as helpful guide to parental controls. (This is not a Christian organisation so some views expressed on this site may not be in keeping with a Biblical view of relationships.)
A useful site to help parents stay up to date with internet trends and their risks. This site includes risk profiles of popular apps, a device guide with details on how to install filtering and monitoring controls on different gadgets and a blog about internet safety.
Reviews on thousands of movies, books, apps, TV shows, video games and websites to help parents to make informed decisions about what is suitable for their child. Reviews give an overview of the media and the messages young people might pick up from them as well as providing information on any harmful content such as violence, bad language or sexual scenes. Reviews also include suggested talking points to aid useful discussion between parent and child.
Covenant eyes provide internet accountability and filtering services to help protect internet users from harmful material online. They also have useful e-books and a blog discussing issues surrounding parenting and the internet.
This website has many articles and podcasts to help parents think through issues surrounding their child’s use of technology including phone use, social media and television. It also contains resources on other parenting issues.
This e-book encourages parents to have honest conversations about self-image, sexuality, sin, and shame with their children. It also discusses parental controls and accountability as tools for creating a safer home. A more in-depth version of this material entitled Parenting the internet generation, is also available.