We empower people to keep themselves safe online by offering free tech tools for our products, like parental controls. We support online safety awareness and education through our Skills for Tomorrow programme and our partnership with Internet Matters.

We also support wider efforts to keep people safe online while respecting personal freedoms: we provided input to the UK Home Office Select Committee Online Harms Inquiry and welcomed the resulting Government Online Harms White Paper response. We also welcome the forthcoming Online Safety Bill, which we expect to be a significant step forward. 

People have a fundamental right to express themselves online, but we will block access to illegal content – including malicious traffic, intellectual property violations and images of child sexual abuse flagged by the Internet Watch Foundation.

We partner with the Marie Collins Foundation to support children who have been harmed or abused online.