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make up a clever password and keep it secret. always log out of shared computers.

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never give out my name, address, phone number, birthday, school or club names.

only download from safe websites.

tell a trusted adult if I see something that makes me feel bad. never open emails from strangers.

ask before sharing pictures or information about others.

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educate myself about dangers he/she may encounter including online predators and cyberbullying.

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talk to my child about things on the web that make him/her feel uncomfortable.

monitor their internet use by sharing an email account, checking browser history, keeping the computer in a shared situation, and maintaining access to my child’s account. research and recommend appropriate child-safe sites.

maintain an appropriate amount of parental control of software through user time limits, and access to sites, games, chat and file sharing. install defensive software such as anti-virus, anti-spyware, spam blocker and personal firewall, and update these regularly. select child-safe mobile devices, including those which do not include a camera or web access, and phones with a limit on the number of calls that can be made.

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