Volunteers from the Molly Rose Foundation recently manned a stall at the 2021 Elstree and Borehamwood Craft Fair, which is organised annually by Dr Ann Goddard to raise funds for the NSPCC
I’m not a public health or tech policy expert. I’m just a bereaved father called to use my voice in the hope of preventing other parents from joining this unbearable fellowship.
Molly’s father, Ian, spoke to whistle-blower Frances Haugen about her Facebook revelations today. The conversation included a glimpse into why Frances made her decision to leak the documents.
The Joint pre-legislative scrutiny Committee on the Draft Online Safety Bill has published the written evidence submitted by MRF.
MRF chair, Ian Russell was part of a panel giving oral evidence to the Joint pre-legislative scrutiny Committee on the Draft Online Safety Bill.
As the R;pple online monitoring tool is launched as an ‘extension’, we congratulate everyone involved but most of all the charity’s founder, Alice Hendy.
The Molly Rose Foundation is pleased to be among the signatories to a letter in the Times, supporting the ICO’s Age Appropriate Design Code as it comes into force in the UK. This landmark legislation has already motivated the platforms to make changes that help make the internet a safer place for young people.
Some 20,000 of the Molly Rose Foundation’s popular pocket-sized Help Cards have now been distributed by the charity, with requests for these useful and free-of-charge resources coming in regularly.
July 2021New research shows ‘children’ directly targeted with graphic content within as little as 24 hours of creating a social media account
5Rights Foundation and the Children’s Commissioner for England are calling for mandatory rules for design of digital services after new 5Rights research shows online accounts registered to children being targeted with sexual and suicide content.
July 2021Children’s rights group 5Rights has launched ‘Twisted Toys’, a campaign which helps parents to understand the insidious dangers that children are exposed to in the digital world
The Twisted Toys such as ‘Stalkie Talkie’, ‘Pocket Troll’ and ‘Share Bear’- traditional toys which take the dangers of the digital world and show how unacceptable they would be in a physical toy.