Facing any threats or challenges online?
Do you think you are safe online?

We are sharing the following safety tips with children, schools and parents to enable them protect themselves online. Let us not assume all messages forwarded on the internet are true. Let us not forward unverified content. It is extremely important to be alert and cautious to proactively protect ourselves from online threats.

  • Select online games by checking their rating and content on www.esrb.org or www.pegi.info
  • Avoid downloading games/material from unknown or unverified sources
  • Report online bullying done on gaming platforms, avoid chatting through gaming platforms especially with strangers online
  • It is NOT COOL to boast about playing illegal games or accepting challenges to draw attention
  • Do not spread rumours about dangerous games, they cause more panic and harm
  • Learn self-control, avoid dependency or addiction and minimize screen-time
  • Never share personal details like name, address, contact details etc. online
  • Be kind with words, memes, videos and the content you post , cyber bullying is a crime, do not get influenced by dares and bullies
  • Raise your voice against any objectionable content. You have the power to say “NO” to what you feel uncomfortable. Use your power
  • No person/game/activity should make you feel scared/threatened/fearful/ashamed/confused,
  • When you are asked not to disclose an objectionable incident to adults, YOU MUST share it
  • Do not attempt self-harm, your life is valuable, you are loved by your parents the way you are
  • Do not give others the power to make you feel miserable. Report it
  • Never ask for or share any objectionable pictures (nudes/semi-nudes)with friends. peers nor strangers, this results to a severe cyber crime
  • Often, many children know secrets about their friend's unsafe behaviour, do not shy away from reporting cases
  • Report signs of danger or threats that friends face, to your parents and teachers
  • Any signs of distress, extreme anger, violence, aggression, sadness, talking of death, killing or harming that you or your friends face or express, needs attention, seek help from a trusted adult
  • Each one has the power to prevent crime and protect oneself and their friend's life when in need
  • Remember it is your responsibility to save your friends from doing wrong
  • Social media is legal for age 13 and above only
  • Do not hack others accounts / Wi-Fi, it is an offence
  • Do not create fake accounts to harass others, it is illegal
  • Stay safe and be a Responsible Netizen


Concerned about your child's online activities?

We are sharing the following safety tips with children, schools and parents to enable them protect themselves online. Let us not assume all messages forwarded on the internet are true. Let us not forward unverified content. It is extremely important to be alert and cautious to proactively protect ourselves from online threats.

  • Panic is a natural reaction to rumours, stay calm, share only verified information online
  • Talk, share communicate and listen to what children say about their virtual world
  • Pick up the following important signs of distress your child may face, seek help immediately:
    • Withdrawal from social interaction, loss of interest in any activity
    • Loneliness, sadness, crankiness
    • Self-harm attempts, marks on body, talking about worthlessness, death, giving up life, not being wanted, not being loved
    • Disturbed food and sleep patterns
    • Extreme anger and violence, changes in behavior, extreme mood swings
    • If your child is being bullied, harassed, threatened or if your child is the bully
    • Hiding phones or gadgets from you
    • Extreme dependency on phones, gadgets, games, unable to divert attention from them
  • Ensure children play physical outdoors games at least for 1 hour every day
  • Beware, many online games are illegal and or may have objectionable content, check game ratings on a href="www.esrb.org">www.esrb.org and www.pegi.info
  • Teach children to be kind with words, cyber bullying is a crime, do not get influenced by dares and bullies
  • Teach children to raise their voice against any objectionable content and report to a trusted adult
  • Teach children the power to say “NO” to what is wrong.
  • Teach children not to spread rumours, but report anything they find objectionable/ concerning
  • Get involved with your child's online activity, know the games they download install and play
  • Check ratings, content and the age appropriateness of the game through verified Apps
  • Check internet history, if clean, is time to intervene and talk to children
  • Set rules of time, nature of games played, no compromises on sharing personal information, chatting through messengers with people online
  • Playing games involving money, bit coins, allowing children to shop online or using your banking cards independently should be strictly prohibited
  • Empower children to stand up against bullying, accept that your child could also need help
  • Promote online games related to sports, strategy and quest games
  • Channelize your children's Technical Quotient (TQ), provide alternative constructive creative activities against screen time
  • Limit screen exposure, “NO” screens during meals:


Do you think you are safe online?

We are sharing the following safety tips with children, schools and parents to enable them protect themselves online. Let us not assume all messages forwarded on the internet are true. Let us not forward unverified content. It is extremely important to be alert and cautious to proactively protect ourselves from online threats.

  • Select online games by checking their rating and content on www.esrb.org or www.pegi.info
  • Avoid downloading games/material from unknown or unverified sources
  • Report online bullying done on gaming platforms, avoid chatting through gaming platforms especially with strangers online
  • It is NOT COOL to boast about playing illegal games or accepting challenges to draw attention
  • Do not spread rumours about dangerous games, they cause more panic and harm
  • Learn self-control, avoid dependency or addiction and minimize screen-time
  • Never share personal details like name, address, contact details etc. online
  • Be kind with words, memes, videos and the content you post , cyber bullying is a crime, do not get influenced by dares and bullies
  • Raise your voice against any objectionable content. You have the power to say “NO” to what you feel uncomfortable. Use your power
  • No person/game/activity should make you feel scared/threatened/fearful/ashamed/confused,
  • When you are asked not to disclose an objectionable incident to adults, YOU MUST share it
  • Do not attempt self-harm, your life is valuable, you are loved by your parents the way you are
  • Do not give others the power to make you feel miserable. Report it
  • Never ask for or share any objectionable pictures (nudes/semi-nudes)with friends. peers nor strangers, this results to a severe cyber crime
  • Often, many children know secrets about their friend's unsafe behaviour, do not shy away from reporting cases
  • Report signs of danger or threats that friends face, to your parents and teachers
  • Any signs of distress, extreme anger, violence, aggression, sadness, talking of death, killing or harming that you or your friends face or express, needs attention, seek help from a trusted adult
  • Each one has the power to prevent crime and protect oneself and their friend's life when in need
  • Remember it is your responsibility to save your friends from doing wrong
  • Social media is legal for age 13 and above only
  • Do not hack others accounts / Wi-Fi, it is an offence
  • Do not create fake accounts to harass others, it is illegal
  • Stay safe and be a Responsible Netizen
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