Five ways to protect yourself from internet trolls - Infographic

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Internet trolls. They are not fun. Make sure you and your family know the best way to avoid trolls and enjoy your online experience.

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Five ways to protect yourself from internet trolls - Infographic

  1. 1. Trolls–five ways to protect yourself IGNORE the troll Take away their power by blocking them. If they pop up under a different name, block them again. www.cybersmart.gov.au BLOCK the troll Report to site administrators. If they pop up under a different name, report them again. REPORT the troll If a troll upsets you, talk about it … it’s not you, it’s them. If trolls are upsetting a friend, tell them to IGNORE, BLOCK, REPORT. Tell their family and other friends and encourage them to seek support. TALK with friends and family PROTECT friends from trolls Report Report again If they continue, contact the police. Visit the Cybersmart Online Helpline or call Kids Helpline on 1800 55 1800. www.acma.gov.au to nasty, immature or offensive comments. Giving trolls the attention they want only gives them more power. Don’t respond

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