Keep Safe Online – Teenagers

It is important that you are safe when using an online device because some people are not honest and may try to take advantage of you. Talk with your parents to help understand this or if you are worried. Our How To Keep Safe Online is ready to download with text and visuals or a text only version to help you.


1. Talk with your parents

<p>1. Talk with your parents</p>

2. Do not share your personal information with anyone

<p>2. Do not share your personal information with anyone</p>

3. If you meet someone online

<p>3. If you meet someone online</p>

4. Do not give your real name, address, phone number

<p>4. Do not give your real name, address, phone number</p>

5. Do not give school name, passwords, or other private information

<p>5. Do not give school name, passwords, or other private information</p>

6. Talk openly with your parents about what you see online

<p>6. Talk openly with your parents about what you see online</p>

7. Always tell your parents if anyone asks for personal information or if you feel uncomfortable

<p>7. Always tell your parents if anyone asks for personal information or if you feel uncomfortable</p>

8. Remember what you put online, stays online

<p>8. Remember what you put online, stays online</p>

9. Keep safe by using online time appropriately

<p>9. Keep safe by using online time appropriately</p>

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