Children's Internet Summit of China 2016
- BIK team
Although having its roots in Europe, the Better Internet for Kids agenda – and related services – often join forces with similar organisations across the globe to raise awareness of safe and responsible use of online and mobile technologies among children and young people.
- Protect personal information.
- Stay away from violent games.
- Be careful about online dating.
- Be reasonable with the length of your time online.
- Resist harmful information.
- Prioritise time on learning and leisure.
- Share positive energy more.
- Don't spread rumours online.
- Don't become addicted to the virtual world.
- Make rational online transactions.
- Lorcan, Webwise Ireland Youth panellist
Lorcan, a member of the Webwise youth panel (part of the Irish Safer Internet Centre), recently attended the Facebook/Google EMEA Child Safety Summit in Dublin, Ireland, taking part in a panel discussion to ensure that the voice of youth was heard. Here, he recounts his experience.
- Chinese Safer Internet Day Committee
Here on the Better Internet for Kids (BIK) platform, we collaborate with those with an interest on child online safety across the globe, namely through our annual Safer Internet Day celebrations. We were delighted to hear from the convenors of the Chinese Safer Internet Day Committee recently, with information on an event in the country.