Our roundup of the key Online Safety news stories from the past two weeks.
What is the Sarahah app and why are parents worried about it?
Sarahah is the new anonymous app which allows you to send messages to users without them ever knowing who you are.
Story from: Manchester Evening News
Parents 'may be prosecuted for their children's sexting'
Parents could be prosecuted if their children engage in sending indecent images over mobile phones, a police force has said. Kent Police says parents could be liable if their name is on the contract for the phone.
Story from: Yahoo News
Apple promises to add new parental controls to curb kids' iPhone addictions
Apple has responded to criticism levied at the company that it doesn't do enough to prevent children becoming addicted to its devices.
Story from: Pocket Lint