It’s a Good Thing The internet is central to our everyday lives and those of our children. It can be a positive, fun place to interact with the world, with endless possibilities for learning and socialising.
Parenting The protection and guidance parents provide creates confident Internet users who manage issues they encounter with confidence.
Guidelines Keep anti-virus software updated Don’t respond to emails from strangers If it seems to good to be true – it’s a scam
Cyberbullying Amplification: Online material can be taken out of context and shared broadly, which amplifies the impact bullying has. Perceived Anonymity: People tend to be crueler and spread gossip more quickly if they think they are anonymous and they won’t suffer consequences.