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Cartoon Dog Teaches Kids About Internet Safety
The cartoon, which streams on YouTube and the PBS Kids website, informs children of how to be safe with technology, photos, texting and searching the Internet. There will be quizzes, interactive games and other resources to help children understand the ...
Online Safety: What Does It Mean To You?
Internet safety, or online safety, is the knowledge of maximizing the user's personal safety against security risks to private information and property associated with using the Internet, and the self-protection from computer crime in general. FOSI ...
Officers present on internet safety
10 for a class on internet safety, presented by Dane County Sheriff Office's Deputy John Nelson and Sun Prairie Police Department's Officer Damion Verhalen. It included information about the risks of talking with strangers online, cyber bullying and ...
Turner to host Internet safety presentation
Beloit Daily News
Beloit Turner School District will hold a presentation for middle and high school parents on Internet safety at 6 p.m. today. Katie Williams, a high school counselor and member of the pupil services team in the Beloit Turner District said that the ...
Clallam County, Port Angeles schools team up to offer Internet safety training
â€śThis was a request that came from Chuck Lisk, Stevens Middle School principal, to bring social media and Internet safety to both middle school, high school and adults in the community,â€ť Clallam County Prevention Specialist Leeann Grasseth told ...