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This website, developed by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre, provides information for young people on how to stay safe online. It covers various topics, including:
• Social networking
• P2P TV
||Childnet International’s Kidsmart website has a section for young people aged 11 plus, dealing with mobiles, file-sharing, chat, trackback (e.g. digital footprints) and privacy.|
The site also includes games, competitions and a gallery of artwork that reinforces the SMART rules. It has additional sections for teachers, parents and carers.
|| Bullying online is an online help and advice service combating all forms of bullying.|
Sections for students, parents and schools cover the subject of cyberbullying, with advice on topics including :
• How to stay safe on the internet
• Mobile phone bullying and happy slapping
• Dangerous websites
• Abusive websites
|Childnet International’s Sorted website has been designed by young people, for young people, to provide advice and information on computer security issues in a practical and simple way. It covers:|
• Spyware and adware
• Trojans and viruses
• Spam and phishing
• Identity theft
The site also includes 10 top rules for maintaining privacy.
||Childnet International’s Chatdanger website informs children and young people about the potential dangers of interactive services online and gives advice to keep them safe.|
The site covers:
|Child Line 0800 11 11
||NSPCC 0808 800 5000|