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Staying Safe online when broadcasting to an audience

Livestreaming is when an individual or a group of people broadcast themselves or others to an audience online in real-time. Many social media platforms offer a livestreaming feature that is available to anyone but often used by gamers, celebrities or influencers to communicate with a chosen audience. Livestreaming can be an enjoyable way to share content with followers but can also present risks around privacy and coercion as well as potential harm towards those watching.


Lots of information on this link to help you understand and keep your children safe online


Also some great social media checklists available - to guide you how to make sure safeguarding settings are on your/your child's accounts