As one of the UK’s largest internet service providers, TalkTalk recognises our responsibility to ensure our customers feel safe and confident when online. That’s why we offer customers a number of tools to manage their online experience. We were the first provider to offer free parental filtering to all customers, and today our free HomeSafe product allows website filtering to set up parental filters to stop children accessing inappropriate content.
TalkTalk has a long history of leading industry efforts to ensure the internet is a safer place for young people. We are now launching our Talking Loneliness campaign, looking at whether technology should be seen as a source, symptom or solution to tackling the growing issue teenage loneliness.
We continue to provide support for Ambitious about Autism, the national charity for children and young people with autism. They provide pioneering education services, raise awareness and understanding, as well as campaign for change.
TalkTalk has robust anti-bribery and corruption policies. These remind colleagues of the relevant laws; set out scenarios and examples to ensure instances of bribery or corruption can be identified and; advise on how to report concerns.
Ethical behaviour is at the heart of everything we do at TalkTalk. We are committed to identifying and addressing any risks of modern slavery within our business and supply chains, including those of our subcontractors and partners.