A Young Person’s View of Pirated Content

There are no good statistics in relation to children and young people using pirate sites, this would include the illegal downloading of copyright content (e.g. games) to watching movies and TV series that are not available in the UK. This article gives the perspective from one young person and what they were exposed to when using these sites including inapppropriate ads and getting hacked. Online safety isn’t just about ‘safety’, it includes a multitude of different aspects, including cyber security and it is important that we empower children and young people to make good choices and give them guidance when something goes wrong. 

You can read the article HERE.

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