1. Install and update your security software; set it to scan regularly
2. Turn on automatic updates on all your software, particularly your operating
system and applications.
3. Use strong passwords and different passwords for different uses.
4. Stop and think before you click on links and attachments.
5. Take care when transacting online—research the supplier and use a safe
6. Only download 'apps' from reputable publishers and read all permission
7. Regularly check your privacy settings on social networking sites.
8. Stop and think before you post any photos or financial information online.
9. Talk with your child about staying safe online, including on their
smartphone or mobile device.
10. Report or talk to someone if you feel uncomfortable or threatened
online—Check out the eSafety Commission. and the eSafety Commission for Education.
What is Digital Citizenship ?
Digital citizenship is : etiquette, access, responsibility, using internet effectively, communication, digital literacy, media literacy, search literacy,critical literacy, social media literacy, respect, privacy, appropriate use, sharing, participation, creation, your Internet trail, information literacy.
WATCH Super Digital Citizen, Pause, Think Online and Lessons in Action Digital Citizenship Students can create digital superheroes who exhibit exemplary attributes and are able to solve digital dilemmas in a responsible way each and everyday.
PLAY Digital Compass - tryout “Anywhere"
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