Do you know what your children are doing online?
With so many apps and games in use, it can be hard to keep track of who our children and communicating with online.
The office of the eSafety Commissioner has a very helpful website with information for all types of online activities. It includes a special area just for parents to help them ensure their children have a safe and enjoyable online experience.
You can find it here
Many social media sites such as Facebook have safety centres to help users understand how their data is viewed and accessed.
If you use social media don’t just assume that the preset security settings are suitable for you or your child.
Take the time during Child Protection Week to inform yourself. Assess your childs online behaviour and talk to them about who they talking to.