This comprehensive piece (7 screens full, whatever that is in words)
via Jenny Levine at The Shifted Librarian looks a good resource for internet safety work. We're planning to run some sessions for parents on internet safety: this looks like it will be a help us make sure we cover all the concerns.
"Decoding MySpace – It's the coolest hangout space for teens-but parents might be surprised at what their kids do there. Here's how to help keep them safe online" – Michelle Andrews at www.usnews.com.
www.wiredsafety.com. I've not explored that yet, but at a first glance it looks very comprehensive. It's run by a 9000-strong volunteer group, which is even more than we've got behind Exc-el.
What do you think of it?