As part of the Rudi for Women and Girls Online – #R4WGO program, Rudi International, non-profit celebrates the Safer Internet Day with the rest of the world as over 100 countries celebrate this day to encourage the safe and responsible use of online technology.
Rudi International agrees with the theme for this year calls you to “Play your part for a better Internet,” where children and the rest of humanity is safe, dignified, respected, and the Lord God honored.
Below is a link from the ITU Blog that shares a SMART way of stay safe on the Internet:
S – Set your limits: beware of sharing your personal information.
M – Meeting online friends offline: take someone else with you that you know and trust to stay safe.
A – Accepting invitations/friendships: there is nothing wrong in declining invitations that you are not sure about.
R – React: if you see something that bothers you, talk to your parents or someone you trust.
T – Tell someone about your concerns: report inappropriate content and behavior to the host of the website or police.
Finally, the ITU also provides a wonderful PDF document that parents can use with their children for educating them and improving their safety both online and offline. Please find the PDF document directly on the ITU website.