This is a game-changing opportunity for parents and guardians to contribute to protecting young people online.

As technology becomes increasingly integrated in society and children spend more time online, the requirement for increasing safeguards is clear. The information provided in this consultation will help to develop datasets with examples of authentic cyberbullying, grooming and self-harming content, necessary to train artificial intelligence (AI) models that allow Cilter to operate. This research will inform valuable technology development.

No personal information will be collected in this study.

We will not be processing your or your child’s name or any other personal information that can reveal your or your child’s identity. The information uploaded, stored and processed via the online platform is safe and secure, it will be treated confidentially, and no one will be able to trace the information back to you or your child.

You can enter examples of multiple online incidents if you wish.

We don't keep any information that could identify someone.

Need help or
would like to
talk to someone?

  • If you or your child feels the need to talk to anyone about thoughts, emotions, or anything that may be associated with these issues, please consider him/her/they calling Childline on 1800 66 66 66 or the ISPCC special line 1800 400 100.
  • If you would like to talk to a professional (someone whose job it is to help children and adults), please contact the ISPCC’s Support Line service can be contacted by email to or between 9am – 1pm Monday – Friday by calling 01 522 4300.
  • If you would like to report the incident you anonymously described in the form, you can do so by contacting TUSLA, Child Protection Agency.