Category Archives: E-commerce
Ofcom recently published another blockbuster. Internet safety measures – strategies of parental protection for children online is stuffed with useful information almost all of which failed to grab the attention of the mass media. Sometimes where it did it was misrepresented. … Continue reading
As some of you will know I am an Adviser to the European NGO Alliance for Child Safety Online (eNACSO). eNACSO has been trying to engage with ICANN on a number of issues connected with the creation of new … Continue reading
Just up on the Children’s Charities’ Coalition web site: their evidence to the Nominet Review and evidence to the DCMS Select Committee.
In a landmark speech at the NSPCC’s offices on 22nd July, referring to his expectations of the UK’s ISPs, David Cameron said the following By the end of this year…..the settings to install family friendly filters will be automatically … Continue reading
The British Bankers Association published some interesting research last week about the extent to which children aged 11 or below were already involved in buying goods and services online. Seemingly 58 percent of children bought something online or had something bought … Continue reading
Every sovereign state has a national domain namespace on the internet. They are more properly called country code top-level domains or ccTLDs for short. ccTLDs are all two letters long and they appear to the right of the last dot … Continue reading
If Wikipedia is to be believed Britain is the 9th most connected country in the world in terms of the number of internet users, or 14th if measured as a percentage of the total population who go online. However, thanks to some excellent analytical … Continue reading