07 February 2020
Parent's Guide to Tik Tok

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TikTok is huge. There’s a good chance that even if you haven’t heard of it, your children have. It is a fun way to create short videos which can be edited and shared with almost anybody, bringing endless entertainment. But is TikTok safe? Should parents be concerned about what their children are viewing? And could children be at risk from other users? Find out with this guide.

Created by experienced writer Pete Badh, this guide explores the main features that make TikTok so addictive and the key themes that parents need to know about. As always, the guide will also provide a number of useful tips for parents and carers to consider around providing a safer user experience for their children.

To download the guide, please click here.

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