Staying safe includes knowing what to do when you feel uncomfortable, sad or scared.
This video helps young children understand they should tell a trusted adult if something on the Internet makes them feel bad.
A panel of law enforcement, technology and social media experts discuss Internet Safety with a studio audience parents and kids in this video produced by KUED in partnership with UEN.
Childline is a part of the ISPCC (The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children). There is a telephone service, there is an online service and there is a mobile phone texting service.
Right now you are visiting the online part of Childline! You can contact Childline’s phone service 24 hours a day on 1800 666 666.
This videos explains how adults can keep kids safe online by understanding this difference.
Read Video Transcript Online predators “groom” potential victims through a series of seemingly harmless interactions that escalate into a relationship.
Learn the pitfalls of digital cameras and how to avoid them from the law enforcement experts and teens in this video.
Read Video Transcript While most adults use the Internet primarily to retrieve information, most kids use it to connect with peers.
This can be dangerous if that information gets into the wrong hands.
The Internet is a useful tool, but it has a dark side—and parents are the #1 most important factor in protecting kids online.
This video encourages kids to talk to a trusted adult if they come across material that isn’t for kids or if they are being bullied.
Hoping to impress his friends, Alex is thinking of posting a picture of himself online.
Many smartphones attach a little piece of information to every picture that tells exactly where the picture was taken and when.