Abigail’s story taught us a lot about some decisions we might need to make while we’re online. Nikki is going to explain a little more in this video.
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Question 1 – What are 6 things that trusted adults can do to help keep you safe while you’re online?
Enter the missing words by typing them in the boxes. (You can copy and paste or retype them – but be careful to spell the words correctly.)
Choose from these words: public | block | private | age | report | real life.
1. Have accounts set to .
2. Delete people you don’t know in .
3. people who make you feel uncomfortable with things they say or do.
4. nasty messages or people.
5. Remind us to stay in places when on devices.
6. Stick to the restrictions of apps, games and social media.
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Question 2 – Who are some people and organisations you can go to for help if you experience nasty messages or inappropriate behaviour on social media?
The social media platform.
The e-Safety Commission.