The internet is the main avenue for professional communication, payment transactions, and information sharing, but with so many people working remotely these days, internet safety is more important than ever before. Imagine sitting down at your favorite coffee shop with your laptop open and headphones on. Not too difficult to picture, right?

Feb 14, 2018 · Watch some of our Year 5/6 children discussing one of the Internet Safety Videos produced by CEOP. Jun 05, 2017 · Only 10% of internet users are concerned about internet safety as they are looking up information about a past romantic relationship. 27% of people think about internet safety when they reference themselves in some way while online. Talking about it will help you decide the best action to take to ensure your child is safe. If you are concerned that a child has been, or is being sexually abused, you should report it. You can report directly to CEOP or your local police force. If you think your child is in immediate danger call 999. Report an incident to CEOP. There are some mumsnetters who seem to have little understanding of basic internet safety. Its not all scams trying to steal your money. On public forums, and mumsnet is one, there will be men lurking who like to wank over details of children's bodies.

Enjoy six new media literacy activities added to the 2019 edition of Be Internet Awesome designed to help kids analyze and evaluate media as they navigate the Internet. Media literacy is essential to safety and citizenship in the digital age, and the new lessons complement Be Internet Awesome’s Internet …

Safer Internet Day is a global initiative whose goal is to make the Internet a better and safer place for everyone. Observed on the first Tuesday in February, what started out as a campaign to raise awareness about Internet safety that started about 10 years ago in Europe, it has now grown exponentially and is now celebrated in over a 100 countries worldwide.

The internet is the main avenue for professional communication, payment transactions, and information sharing, but with so many people working remotely these days, internet safety is more important than ever before. Imagine sitting down at your favorite coffee shop with your laptop open and headphones on. Not too difficult to picture, right?

A 19-year-old running for public office in New Hampshire found out about the importance of following Internet safety rules the hard way. As Seacoast Online reports, his opponents found images in his social media posts that were sexually suggestive and referenced past drug use. In October 2013, the Washington State Attorney General's Office joined the STOP. THINK. CONNECT. Internet Safety campaign. On the following pages, you'll find information and tips on how to keep yourself safe when using the internet, gaming on-line, using social media, and dealing with cyberbullying. Whether you’re concerned about little ones, tweens, or teens, you’ll find easy-to-follow guidance that addresses their pressing online safety issues, including online bullying and the use of games and mobile phones. Use the links below to access quick internet safety tips, and ideas for improving communication and protecting your family online. Mar 12, 2019 · I don’t think providing students with a list of dos and don’ts around digital citizenship and cyber safety is powerful enough. I do think it’s a good start and I have created a series of posters with this blog post as handy reminders to use in your classroom.