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Beating Fortnite at its own game: How Family Zone can help

The Christchurch massacre livestream was like “watching a video game,” according to many viewers.  And not just any video game: the massively popular survival-based sensation Fortnite.

 
Cyber Safety | Fortnite | online gaming | online chat | schools
Is Fortnite: Battle Royale okay for my child?

It’s been called Hunger Games meets Call of Duty. So it’s little wonder that, upon its recent release as a free download, Fortnite: Battle Royale has blown away its competitors to become one of the most popular games on earth - praised and ...

 
Cyber Safety | Cyber Experts | Fortnite | online gaming | krunker | primary school
'Krunker' has landed. How will your school defend itself?

Move over Fortnite. There’s a new free-for-all game that’s blowing up in schools and homes all over Australia. Think Call of Duty-style first-person shooter with a Roblox-like aesthetic that anybody can play free in their browser, on ...

 
Screen time | screens in school | Fortnite | vpn | machine learning | Social Media
Fortnite and VPNs: Weapons of mass distraction

Fortnite is the most popular game on the planet right now - and it’s reportedly fuelling a massive spike in VPN use by students around the globe.

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