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A total of 13 records were found for Internet safety
Definition: Resources that deal with the potential dangers of the Internet and protections against them.
See also keywords:  Internet law and policy, Privacy

Alberta Resources

An interactive website developed by Alberta Children's Service to provide information to both parents and children about internet safety and security. It features information and links on a variety of topics, such as online games, chat, web-cams and instant messaging. It also offers parents tips on how to protect their children while using the Internet.

Related keywords: Child abuse, Internet safety

This website was produced by the Prevention of Child and Youth Sexual Exploitation Committee of the Government of Alberta. This website contains informations for parents, teenagers as well as children and is intended to educate and raise awareness of the risks of the internet as well as safety tips to protect yourself online.
Related keywords: Internet safety

A website developed by the Government of Alberta on staying safe from internet predators. It provides teens with information on predator tactics as well as safety tips and true stories. The website is written from a peer-to-peer perspective and empowers teens to stay safe online. The site includes downloadable banners that can be used on blogs or as instant messenger icons to let predators know these teens are educated about online safety and won't be a target.

Related keywords: Internet safety


Be Web Aware is a national, bilingual public education program on Internet safety. The initiative was developed and supported by Media Awareness Network (MNet), Bell and Microsoft Canada. The web-based resources are aimed at empowering parents with information so they can help their children make safe and wise online decisions. It's all part of helping young Canadians benefit from the opportunities of the Internet while minimizing the potential risks.

Related keywords: Bullying, Harassment, Hate crime, Internet safety, Sexual assault

Media Smarts offers a range of media education and Internet literacy resources.

Related keywords: Classroom materials, Communications and media, Internet safety

Formerly known as Internet 101, the RCMP has provided these resources about safety on the internet, including information regarding: Internet Safety for Youth; Child Exploitation; Online Scams and Fraud; Social Networking; Cyberbullying; and Internet Security.


Related keywords: Bullying, Child abuse, Communications and media, Consumer protection and fraud, Internet safety, Prostitution and pornography

Kids in the Know is the Canadian Centre for Child Protection’s interactive safety education program designed for students from Kindergarten to Grade 9. The purpose of the program is to help educators teach children and youth effective personal safety strategies in an engaging, age-appropriate and interactive way that builds resiliency skills and reduces their likelihood of victimization in the online and offline world.

Related keywords: Child abuse, Classroom materials, Internet safety, Sexual assault

 In order to build consumer trust and confidence in conducting e-business in Canada the Government of Canada is committed to establishing clear rules to protect the privacy of personal information in the new 'virtual' marketplace. This is being done through the implementation of Federal privacy legislation, and through development of a national policy on unsolicited consumer e-mail, otherwise know as SPAM.

Related keywords: Internet safety, Privacy

Facts about internet privacy and the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act from the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada. Suggests methods of increasing your privacy for internet use, newsgroups and email.


Related keywords: Internet safety, Privacy

Services for Youth is all about helping youth 15 to 30 years of age. On this Government of Canada site, you will find information ranging from health and education programs to sports and cultural activities. These services are specific to the community you live. Simply click on "In Your Community" on the left hand topic area and you will find any information categories which relate to your community.

Related keywords: Business, Diversity, Driving, Internet safety, Loss of employment, Travel, Workers' health and safety, Workers' rights and employment standards