on the Internet
With millions of people using
the Net each day, there are bound to be some who misuse it. This
page has some useful guidelines that will help make the Net a
safe place for you to surf.
give your e-mail address, name, address or telephone number to
strangers without the permission of your parents/guardian.
Never open an
attached file sent with an e-mail. Ask your parents or guardian
first, as it may contain a virus.
Tell your parent or guardian right
away if you come across any information that makes you feel uncomfortable.
Do not enter contests without
asking your parents first.
Do not give out your Internet
passwords to anyone (even best friends), other than your parents.
Always treat others on the
Internet the way you want to be treated.
Do not go to any chatrooms
or websites not approved of by your parents/guardians.
Never download anything from
the Net without your parents/guardians permission. It may contain
Some Internet Service Providers
(ISP) have programmes that restricts access to sites inappropriate
for children. If your ISP doesn't, several software programs
exist that aid parents in controlling the Internet content available
to their children.
Here are a few:
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