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Online safety

  There is always someone you can go to for help and advice about online issues. A great place to start is talking to your parents, a trusted adult or teacher about what’s happening.Remember that you should behave the same way towards others whether you are online or offline.http://www.cybersmart.gov.au/Kids.aspx 

cyber bulling

Cyberbullying is any kind of bullying or harassment done using technology. It really sucks because it can be public, hard to take down, or affect you at home. There are a lot of things it could be, and it can affect people in a lot of different ways. Take 5 minutes to skill up on how to protect yourself from cyberbulling.http://au.reachout.com/Cyberbullying


netiquette

Sometimes it’s easy to forget that there is a real person on the other end of your IM, game or wall post. It’s easier to say and do things online that you might not do in ‘real life’. This may hurt that person’s feelings or make them feel unsafe or embarrassed. It’s important to treat people online the same way that you would face to face.

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