This section gives you information on the media rights issues people most commonly contact us about
These are: children’s right to privacy in the media and keeping children safe online
If the media has breached a child's right to privacy through a TV or radio programme or a print publication and you want to know what you can do, or you'd like to know how you can help your children stay safe online, this page has the information you need.
If you think a child's privacy has been breached by a TV or radio programme, you can make a complaint directly to the Broadcasting Standards Authority (BSA).
If the breach was in a newspaper, magazine or periodical, you need to make your complaint to the editor. If they don't respond within 10 working days, or you're not happy with their response, you can make a complaint to the Press Council.
There are lots of great resources available about staying safe online and dealing with issues, including: