Dad dot info form. Ask questions, get answers

New rules for online child abusers

Keeping children safe online is a huge concern for many parents.

Today Prime Minister David Cameron will launch an international crackdown to tackle paedophiles on the ‘dark net’.

Mr Cameron says a new joint unit from the National Crime Agency and GCHQ, will hunt down those behind the images with the same effort used to pursue terrorists or other international criminals.

He says: “Now we want to go even further, making it impossible as far as we can for people to search for these images online altogether”.

The unit will target users sharing child abuse images on the “dark net”, which is areas not indexed by search engines like Google or Bing.

It will see millions of “sickening and depraved” child abuse images removed from the internet.

With children very adept to browsing online and using social media sites to contact their friends, dads you’ll be pleased to know that steps are being made to keep them protected.

Even though, this new unit is being set up, it is still the education of children that is vital for parents and schools to carry out.

Teaching them about viruses, online privacy and social networking etiquette will give your children and you better control about what they share and look at.

Communication is key, if you are concerned about the amount of time your child has spent online or their behaviour after being online, talk to them about it.

It is impossible to protect children from everything but at least it is good news to hear that a change in the law for England and Wales, will help to close a loophole that has seen people escape prosecution.

Related entries LIVE: The First Year is Survival LIVE: The First Year is Survival

On Thursday 29th October at 12 Noon will be live on Facebook chatting all things TWINS!   CLICK HERE TO JOIN US LIVE AT 12 NOON Leonie and Josh Huie, Mum and Dad to fraternal twin girls (their twin heartbeats) chat with Ian Soars, CEO of

Warning: UK Parents toying with their children’s safety

Warning: UK Parents toying with their children’s safety

Parents have been warned that children in the UK are at risk of death or serious injury from the sale of unsafe toys through various online marketplaces. Health and safety experts from CE Safety say parents should ensure they are not buying cheap, unsafe or fake toys...

Rule of Six

Rule of Six

New Coronavirus rules mean when seeing friends or family you don’t live with you should meet up in groups of six or less. For now, that means it is illegal for my whole family to meet another family inside or outside. In some ways we are lucky, we are only a family of...

Latest entries

We Support The Parents Promise

We Support The Parents Promise

More couples discuss what they would do if they won the lottery than how they would co-parent their children if they separated.  87% of couples have talked about how they would spend a lottery win. Just 5% admit to having discussed potential parenting...



Dads, do you struggle sometimes? Who do you reach out to for help? Debbie Pattison, a qualified counsellor at Fegans can answer your questions. Send them in to Ask Debbie at and if she can she will answer. Today’s question is about problems in...

Pin It on Pinterest