Archive February 2018

How to teach your kids about cybercrime (without scaring them)

Seventeen-million Britons were targeted by cybercrime during 2017, costing them a collective £130bn. From phishing scams to online fraud, hacking and ransomware attacks, we’re all susceptible to cybercrime, but protecting your kids against it is inherently tricky. They’re part of a digital generation that relies on online messaging platforms, social…

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Why do people commit hate crimes?

The Crown Prosecution Service defines hate crime as an incident where the motivation appears to be hostility towards any of the following: race; religion; disability’ sexual orientation; or transgender identity. Hate crime is always wrong and if it has happened to you, it certainly wasn’t your fault. Anyone can be…

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