Search All Resources

Privacy Exit X

Outline Icon

Browse All Topics

Internet Safety Education

Programs that are designed to make the public aware of the steps that people, especially parents, can take to assure the safety and well-being of their children when they use the Internet. The programs generally provide information about the educational benefits of the Internet; discuss child friendly search engines and service providers; introduce participants to filtering software and other technological solutions that can supplement adult supervision; and warn parents about violent or pornographic websites, unsolicited e-mail, and the dangers of pedophiles, abusers, and other menacing individuals lurking in Internet chat rooms. All Internet safety programs stress the cardinal rule that children/adolescents should never give out personal information, send their picture to people they meet on the Internet or agree to meet strangers in person, however benign they appear to be.

Found 2 resources (displaying 2)

ConnectSafely

Eligibility: None.

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

Eligibility: None.

Languages: Spanish

Map Marker 1 275 Lake Avenue
Rochester, NY

Cultural Competency BadgeCultural Competency

Language Access BadgeLanguage Access