CyberSafety: Inappropriate Content
Inappropriate content has been defined in the Children's Internet Protection Act
as visual depictions that are obscene, child pornography, or material "harmful to minors"
Categories include pornography, hate groups, violence, illegal activity, extremist groups, online advertising.
Choosing Not To Go Down the Not-so-good Cyberstreets
Nancy Willard (Center for Safe & Responsible Internet Use) discusses how can we help young people gain the knowledge, decision-making skills, and motivation to make safe and responsible choices when they are using the Internet.
Securing the Learning Environment
New Survey of 1,500 Education Professionals Reveals U.S. Schools Rife with Serious Internet Infractions
ISafe Student Toolkit (.pdf download)
I-SAFE Youth Empowerment Campaign helps students use their talents to educate others about net safety.
Use these Internet Safety Pledges toward the bottom of this page from Netsmartz to promote safety discussions and create safer boundaries for computer use at home.
Internet safety news for parents, families and educators - weekly publication covering topics related to kids' safe, constructive use of the Internet and technology.
Inappropriate Content Available to Children
The Australian Government and NetAlert identify the types of inappropriate content that kids may find and offer parental guides for Internet Safety.
O2's Mobile Guide for Parents [pdf]
This guide has lots of useful facts and practical advice about today’s mobile phones. Includes talking points for a discussion with your kids on how to use camera phones safely.
Improve your family's Web security in 4 steps
Microsoft tips for protecting your children's privacy and safety when they're using the computer.
Internet safety for children
Find out about parental controls in Mac OS X.
Protecting Children in Cyberspace
Donna Rice Hughes provides helpful rules and tools for parents.
Family Online Internet Safety Contract
An agreement between child and parent available in .pdf format.
A place for teens and parents to learn how to use the Internet safely. No preaching, just good advice. Operated by Larry Magid, a broadcaster and syndicated columnist and author of numerous articles about online safety.
Teen Guide to Safe Blogging
Tips from Larry Magid on being smart about what you share online.
* Indicates this resource was shown in CTAP IV Cybersafety PowerPoint
Last Updated (Thursday, 07 July 2011 12:14)