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Online Safety for Kids

by Lineshi Dharamraj

Pages 6 and 7 of 25

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Know the risks
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Cyberbullying
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Think before you Click, Like or Share!

Everyone can view any information posted or shared on the Internet.  Be careful when opening emails from unknown people or suspicious sources, especially when they are uninvited. Clicking links or downloading attachments can infect your computer with a virus or subject you to fraud, malware, or scams.
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➊ Cyberbullying
➋ Forcing/ encouraging children to participate in risky challenges
➌ Invasion of Privacy
➍ Identity theft (someone pretending to be you online)
➎ Seeing offensive pictures or videos
➏ Indoctrination of kids to learn bad habits or practices
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Cyberbullying
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What is Cyberbullying?
Cyberbullying is using the Internet or other digital sources, such as cell phones, to belittle or embarrass another person. Cyberbullying is the same as face-to-face bullying. But, it’s done on purpose and will happen more than once.

Ask someone to help you report cyberbullying. If it is people you know at school or work follow the available channels to help you report the person. if you are being bullied online many sites or apps allow you to report bullying.
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CHECK OUT THIS VIDEO
Find out more about cyberbullying by watching the video. Click on the link to view.
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