• The initiative – launched today by the UK Council for Internet Safety‘s (UKCIS) Vulnerable Users Working Group – is designed to help communication between foster carers and the children in their care, who are statistically at greater risk of online harm
  • It is the first initiative launched by the group – chaired by Internet Matters, who is campaigning for care experienced children to be better supported in their online lives
  • The Digital Passport will be a living document enabling foster carers and social workers to support children in their daily digital routine, from connecting with friends on social media through to video games they love to play


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