Over the years, Safer Internet Centres have developed various educational resources aimed at helping teachers, parents and carers, and children and young people, to discover the online word safely. Now you can access all of these resources in just one place via this resource gallery.
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Guide: young people's privacy online
In association with The Internet Foundation in Sweden (IIS) Bris developed during the spring of 2016 a free guide that deals with young people's privacy online. The guide is also for adults that are close to children, and concerns children aged 10 to 16 years. The guide describes what children use internet for, what privacy online is and what it means for young people and adults, and how perceptions of privacy differs between those two groups. The guide also describes differences in the way girls and boys behave online, the expectations on girls and boys, how to set up boundaries as well as tips and advice to adults on what to consider when talking to children about online safety.
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The text can be dissiminated as long as The Internet Foundation in Sweden and Bris are mentioned as the authors. The pictures are copyrighted and the emois as well.