CEOP archive

  • Kid friendly IE9 browser lands for Safe Internet Day 2012
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    Kid friendly IE9 browser lands for Safe Internet Day 2012

    By 7 February 2012

    Microsoft has once again teamed up with he Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) to release a version of IE9 that is safe for kids to use. The browser has one-click access for Windows users to useful sites such as CEOP.police.uk and...

  • Microsoft offers family-friendly version of Internet Explorer 8
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    Microsoft offers family-friendly version of Internet Explorer 8

    By 9 February 2010

    While IE6 continues to give it headaches, Microsoft has announced a special kid-safe version of Internet Explorer 8 that it has partnered with the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre to launch. Available for download now, the customised version...

  • Cartoon launched to educate kids on the web
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    Cartoon launched to educate kids on the web

    By 8 May 2008

    A new campaign featuring a dolphin and a bunch of sea creatures has been launched in an attempt to teach children the dangers of the web. Created by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre, Hector’s World will comprise of five animated...