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Protecting Children
ONLINE

At BCX, we are dedicated to promoting a safe online environment for children. At a time when many children may need to do school-work from home or browse the internet for projects or entertainment, they should be free to do so in safety. By educating and empowering children and their parents, we can work together to foster healthy and secure online environments.

Cell phones

With the constant connectivity of smartphones, your child may be more susceptible to cyberbullying or have more opportunities to cyberbully others.
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Cyber Bullying

Cyberbullying is the use of technology to tease, humiliate, threaten and/or harass someone. It can take place through text messaging or social media. Cyberbullies might send mean comments, post embarrassing photos, or share private information about someone to humiliate or mock them online. Even if your child isn’t being cyberbullied, remind them that it is everyone’s job to prevent bullying and encourage them to take a stand.
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A long-awaited law that, for the first time, seeks to clamp down on the scourge of cyber bullying, came into effect on Saturday, and makes provision for those who fail to comply with court orders to spend five years behind bars.
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Cybersecurity

While the Internet can make your life easier, it can also expose you to cybersecurity threats like scams and identity theft. Here’s what you need to know before you go online.
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According to research studies, exposure to pornography harms children in many ways, from development, to behaviour.
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Never give out your password to anyone. Never give it to friends, even if they’re really good friends. A friend can – maybe even accidentally – pass your password along to others or even become an ex-friend and abuse it.
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PCs, Mac computers, laptops, smartphones and tablets are all subject to an ever growing variety of malicious software programs and other security threats.
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Gaming

Parental involvement is critical when it comes to helping children game more safely. Take an active interest in the games that your child plays and wants to buy.
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General

Establish basic guidelines like when your kids can go online, what sites they can visit, and how many texts they can send a month, so everyone is on the same page.
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Everyone’s bound to get a little excited by those oh-so-dramatic high school scandals, but that doesn’t mean you have to text the latest rumour to everyone you know.
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Don’t be mean. Gossiping doesn’t make you cool.

Ignore. Block. Tell.

Ignore mean or threatening messages, block the sender and tell a trusted adult who can help you to report them.
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Generally speaking, it is unwise to communicate with a harasser. However, as soon as you determine that you are truly being harassed by someone, you must very clearly tell that person to stop.
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Sexting

Think about the consequences of taking, sending or forwarding a sexual picture of someone else, even if it’s you.
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Reporting is one of the best ways to stop your image from spreading if it is on a website/app or being shared without your consent.
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Social Media

The following checklist can help you take steps to keep yourself safer online.
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Top tips to stay safe on Social Media in Africa.
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