Human Services and the Alberta government have developed a new resource on Internet safety for children, teens, parents and caregivers.
The Internet Savvy training provides information on the ways that children and youth are engaged with the Internet, as well as practical information, tips and tools to keep children and youth safe online.
This training can be taken independently or delivered to a group.
Download the presentation and request a facilitator's guide for group presentations at the links above.
I’ve spent more and more time here for the past 6 months, since we’ve got engaged, so I’ve used his computer a lot more as well.
I was messing around one day and found a ton of pornography on it.
She said she knows in today's world, there are thousands of apps at anyone's fingertips.
"You need to pay more attention to what your kids are doing because it's crazy out here," said Thigpen.
The risks in the online world really do change based on the age of your children.
He had a roommate and I just figured he used it to take pics of himself for the computer.
It bothered me because I didn’t really know, but I got over it and let it go.
I told him I felt bad that he was looking at these women-but I felt even worse because I was the one who looked it up in his documents on his computer-I felt I invaded his privacy-I didn’t want to be one of those crazy girlfriends/fiancés.
He felt bad and said he’d delete everything, I told him no, I know guys do that kind of stuff, and I didn’t want him to because I invaded his privacy.