Sarah is a pretty active internet user. She’s a regular in chat rooms, often posts info in discussion groups and has visited a heap of websites. She meets some pretty interesting people online as well, people with similar interests…sport, music, movies and stuff like that.
So when some guy follows her through cyberspace, she’s pretty freaked out. He emails her, posts comments about her in chat rooms and has somehow found out her mobile phone number. This clip could be about anyone. Find out what Sarah did to protect herself.

In the film, Trevor depicts the dangers of online predators - typically adults posing as younger school aged kids - who lie and trick you into believing they are someone else. Whether you are a student, educator, parent, law enforcement, or community leader, we all need to be aware of the risks of online predators.

Post-to-be-Private: setting your page to private is smart, and a step in the right direction -- but who's on your friends list? Don't give just anyone access to your world.

A short video highlighting the dangers of posting on the Internet.

Cybersmart rules: what to do and what not to do to stay safe online

Building your online network safely

Internet safety on the go: How to make mobile computing safer

Julie left home for three weeks with a convicted murderer she had developed a relationship with online.

Hear the true story of a 15-year-old girl who left home to meet in person with a man she first "met" online.

Cybersafety quiz (on right hand side of the page, online Survivor game, ppt)

Cybersafety quiz

Using the Internet Safely: tasks:

Create a comic at Pixton Comics. Create an account, go to your email to activate your account. Start creating and save. Email me the url to your comic: and I'll add it to this wiki. See a sample here.