Technology is advancing at a rapid pace. And let’s face it; keeping up to date can be a job and a half!
As a parent you want to protect your child from inappropriate content, as well as the risks associated with social media sites, but may not have a clue where to start from.
We understand that children born in this technological era often appear to be born knowing how to use such devices and often can use their devices in a much better way than their parents. Digital jargon is also a common thing which can be overwhelming and difficult to understand most times….
As a parent you can inform yourself.
Hopefully ibrowsesafely.com.mt will be help you get started on your digital parenting journey, and help you feel more confident in your child’s digital world.
We will keep you updated with the latest information on online safety and provide you with practical material to help you.
Tips on how to be safe online
The good news for parents is that you don’t need to be a web expert to help keep your child safe online, but you do need to take a few steps in order to understand your child’s online behaviour.
What is cyberbullying?
Cyberbullying is harassing someone online, threatening them or spreading rumours about them by sending or posting harmful messages or other personal content like photos or videos.