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VPNMentor interviews Richard Pursey

VPNMentor’s Ditsa Keren interviewed Richard Pursey earlier this year, discussing SafeToNet’s app abilities, and how it revolutionizes child safeguarding online.The full interview […]

SafeToNet’s CEO Richard Pursey on BBC Radio London

SafeToNet CEO Richard Pursey headed to the BBC Radio London studios for a chat with Eddie Nestor, on children’s participation […]

SafeToNet’s CEO heads to the talkRADIO studio for a chat with John Nicolson

On 18th March, SafeToNet’s CEO Richard Pursey headed to the talkRADIO studio for a live interview with John Nicolson. Listen […]

Richard Pursey speaks on LBC Radio

SafeToNet CEO Richard Pursey attended the LBC studios on 16th March for a chat with Andrew Pierce. Some great conversation […]

CEO Richard Pursey on talkRADIO

On 16th March SafeToNet’s CEO Richard Pursey was invited to the talkRADIO station for a chat with Julia Hartley-Brewer. Listen […]

SafeToNet demos anti-sexting child safety tool

Family: Apple, I need your help keeping my teenagers’ smartphone safe The Sunday Times Lorraine Candy A smartphone filter built […]

SafeToNet: This New Tool Fights Online Child Abuse

SafeToNet: This New Tool Fights Online Child Abuse Greek Choice Damien Moye So we hear a lot of talk about […]

Duke of York’s visit highlights Gloucestershire’s power as the UK’s cyber business capital

Duke of York’s visit highlights Gloucestershire’s power as the UK’s cyber business capital GloucestershireLive Andrew Merrell The GCHQ Cyber Accelerator […]

Knife-threatening app banned by Google

Knife-threatening app banned by Google BBC News Jane Wakefield Richard Pursey is chief executive of SafeToNet, a UK firm which offers […]

Germany’s Social Media Hate Speech Laws: An Industry Shift Or A Tick Box Exercise?

Richard Pursey’s views on Germany’s Network Enforcement Act. With every new year comes change, and Germany is attempting a big […]

streak, peng, piff ting & pu

This is the transcript of Emma’s speech. Hi I’m Emma #just saying: This is what it’s like being a teenager […]

I’m 16 Online But Nine In Real Life

Richard Pursey on AI’s future role in safeguarding children online There are a lot of people online who lie about […]

Internet Safety – It’s Time To Look At The Bigger Picture

The UK Government recently released its Internet Safety Strategy Green Paper – a long awaited insight into their plans to […]

Gavin Newlands MP, Parliamentary debate on Anti-Bullying Week

Gavin Newlands MP, organised a Parliamentary debate on Parliamentary debate on Anti-Bullying Week and bullying in general. It’s a lengthy […]

A Millennial’s Guide To… Cyberbullying

By Mallory Phillips, SafeToNet Intern There’s a new silent monster. It knows not a specific group, time or place. It […]

SafeToNet wins Best Use of Technology Award

We are thrilled to announce that on the 17th of November we won the Best Use of Technology award at the […]

Neil Fairbrother explains why he’s supporting Anti-Bullying week

Neil, our CMO, explains why he’s supporting the Anti-Bullying Alliance’s Anti-Bullying week.

Richard Pursey explains why he’s supporting Anti-Bullying week

Richard, our co-founder, explains why he’s supporting the Anti-Bullying Alliance’s Anti-Bullying week.

Sharon Pursey on why she’s supporting Anti-Bullying week.

Sharon Pursey explains why she’s supporting Anti-Bullying week.

Anti-Bullying Week 2017 #AllDifferentAllEqual

We are all unique. It may sound like an obvious thing to say, but we really are. Every single one […]

A Millennial’s Guide To… Dating Apps

They say that all you need is love, and the digital age is awash with applications trying to help you […]

Online Safety In An Idol World

One of the rites of passage of being a child is discovering and falling in love with your idols. For […]

A Millennial’s Guide To… Staying safe on Facebook Messenger

Facebook messenger is exponentially rising. According to TechCrunch, as of April 2017, this instantaneous method of reaching those around the […]

A Millennial’s Guide To… Staying safe on Snapchat

The SafeToNet team comprises of a selection of the more “mature” members of society who are old enough to remember The […]

The Price of Celebrity on Social Media

Does anyone deserve to be trolled? We would say no. No-one deserves to be trolled. No-one deserves to have hoards […]

Powering up the Internet for Anti-Bullying Week 2016

Anti-Bullying Week will begin in just a few days time. The week, recognised across the country by schools and organisations, […]

White Paper: How to pattern and predict human behaviour online

Human behaviour en mass is predictable. In fact, research has concluded that elements of human behaviour can be predicted to […]

Parental controls: just not good enough!

Where obvious profanities may often be blocked, the ever changing languages and offensive slang used by adolescents slip through the […]

Curiosity killed the cat, and published it on Facebook Live.

The rise of social media now means that anyone can be a broadcaster. Anyone can be a journalist. Anyone can […]

Same same, but different

Lets get science-y for a minute, shall we? Homophily (i.e., “love of the same”) is the tendency of individuals to […]

We are the angry mob!

Mob mentality. There are examples of it everywhere. The London Riots of 2011 are the perfect example of leaping on […]

Sell the dream, not the nightmare

A few years ago I was talking to a friend about some troubles I was having with another friend at […]

You are unique, but your behaviour is not!

You grow up being told by your parents that you are special. You are unique; one of a kind, and […]

Someone’s coming, look busy

How many times have you altered your behaviour to your surroundings? Better yet, how many times have you altered your […]

Remember the human

It’s difficult to pin point the exact thing that inspired the creation of SafeToNet. Maybe it was the multiple reports of […]

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