Saturday, 23 July 2016


10 Internet Commandments for Kids Going Online
Pumpic, 29 June 2016.

The Internet can be an excellent resource for kids. However, the freedom and accessibility that make it so useful can also be the source of hidden dangers. Hence, just as we exercise caution with the ‘real world’ environments that we allow our children to visit, the Internet should be regarded with a healthy dose of vigilance and awareness.

Our infographic with 10 guiding principles aims to ensure your child is both safe and responsible online. The Internet needn’t be a dangerous place if treated with caution and respect.

Mobile Phone Security Measures

Infographic Sources:
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2. Protecting and unprotecting your tweets
3. Controlling Your Visibility
4. How to recognize phishing email messages, links, or phone calls
5. How to turn on two-factor authentication for your email accounts
6. Number of children who are victims of cyberbullying doubles in a year
8. Crisis Call Centre
9. Children reveal riskiest social media sites
10. UK adults taking online password security risks
11. Password Generator
12. As digital and offline lives merge, 8 out of 10 us teens post to social media without a second thought
13. Catfishing: The truth about deception online
14. 11 facts about sexting
15. How do I keep my children safe online? What the security experts tell their kids
16. Ten tips to keep kids safe online
17. ‘My 6yr-old spent £3,200 playing iPhone game' - how to stop it
18. Analysis: How malware creators use spam to maximize their impact
19. Children with Internet access at home gain exam advantage, charity says
20. Parental controls offered by your home internet provider
21. How to Protect Against Phishing
22. Get Help!

[Post Source: Pumpic.]

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