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Be Internet Awesome: Interland
Take an online adventure in Interland - these four challenging games let students put the key lessons of digital safety into hands-on practice.
How Cyber-savvy are you?
This interactive quiz tests your understanding of the cyber security risks that you face in everyday online tasks and communications.
MediaSmarts: Click if You Agree
Mobile Location Privacy
What are the potential dangers of revealing location information via your phone’s camera? Watch this video to learn how you can protect yourself from giving out too much information when you snap and upload a picture.
My Privacy Quiz
How well do you know your privacy rights? Take the quiz! This online activity is from the Privacy Commission of Canada.
Protect Your Personal Information
This video explains why keeping personal information private is so important (especially in an online environment), and offers tips for young people.
Public Wi-Fi Networks
Wi-Fi hotspots in coffee shops, airports, and hotels are convenient, but may not be secure. This video provides tips to help protect your personal information.
Public Wi-Fi Network Security
This video explains how public (open) Wi-Fi networks work and suggests some basic things to help you keep your personal information and data secure.
Say No to Sexting
Pictures are forever. This video offers some advice about sexting and explains how digitally shared photos can live forever.
Self-assessment ID Theft
This interactive takes you through 11 situations during which you may be vulnerable to ID theft. During each section (or at the end) you can review the "read and learn book" to get some helpful advice about protecting your identity and privacy.
Share with Care
Check out this video. It's a great reminder that the things we post online could have an impact on people in the real world.
Social Smarts: Privacy, the Internet and You
This graphic novel follows a couple of teenagers as they start at a new school. They quickly learn more about how social media works and how to think critically about their online activities.
Your Photo Fate
Once you've sent a message online, it's out of your hands. Others can do whatever they want with your message. You can never truly take it back.
You Sent a Sext, Now What?
This tip sheet from NetSmartz can help teens who have already sexted and need help deciding what to do next. It includes tips about how to get it removed from websites, help stop it from spreading, get emotional support, and deal with bullying and blackmail.
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