Category: Online Safety

FREEDOM FROM FEAR

Creating safe cyber spaces for our children.

If a child is spending a lot of time on his/her gadget and seem unusually scared, angry or lost; is showing behavioural changes, please do take time to sit with...

Registering a cyber complaint

On occurrence of any cybercrime, the victim may register a complaint with the nearest cyber cell or the nearest police station. The victim also has the option of registering a...

Cybercrimes: A Guide to Walk You Through the Law

India is home to the world’s second largest internet population. Now, with the pandemic, our reliance on our laptops, phones and the internet has increased to a greater extent. While...

Internet deaddiction

Internet addiction Internet or social media addiction is generally defined as the compulsive use of internet/social media platforms that results in significant impairment in an individual's function in various life...

Why do I want to talk about pornography addiction to my children

Impact of pornography addiction on children Because I don't want my children or anybody's children: Growing up to think that rape/gang rape/distorted/violent views on sex is normal. Struggle because of...

Warning signs of online fatigue

E- learning or work from home has become our way of life in the Pandemic. To keep up with the race or to even hang on to life, we are...

Digital wellbeing

Exercise your eyes. • Move your eyeballs. • Shut your eyes every now and then, Blink frequently • Start using the “20-20-20” rule: Every 20 minutes, look away from your...

Online safety rules

What is posted online stays online. It can be retrieved even if deleted . A relationship/friendship does not have to be based on the photographs you send or the video...

Dealing with online threats / blackmail

*Stay calm. *Reach out for support. *Do not give into fear. *Do not aggravate the situation. *Do not delete possible evidence,like chats,photographs and videos. *Train your mind to believe -that...

The do’s and don’ts of staying safe online.

The DO'S 1. Be careful about what you post online Never post your future plans, information that reveals your location, phone, address, school, relations or anything that will help someone...