Safer Internet Day

#SID2021 9th February 2021

The Theme for Safer Internet Day is “Together for a Better Internet“. Safer Internet Day 2021 will take place on Tuesday 9th February 2021. This year almost 3,000,000 people in the UK and 145,000 people in Ireland celebrated Safer Internet Day 2020. Be sure to plan for an even better safer internet day this year. Use #SID2021 online for great suggestions.

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Safer Internet Day

2021 Safer Internet Day #SID2021 celebrations take place on Tuesday, 9th February 2021. The campaign's slogan, "Together for a better internet", is call for all us to create a better internet for everyone, and especially for younger users.

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The History of Safer Internet Day

Safer Internet Day is a worldwide initiative whose goal is to make the Internet a better and safer place for everyone. Observed in February, what started out as a campaign to raise awareness about Internet safety that started about 10 years ago in Europe, it is now celebrated in over a 100 countries worldwide.=

Safer Internet Day was originally started in 2004 by InSafe – a European network of Awareness Centres promoting safer and better usage of Internet. However, it quickly spread out from Europe and became a worldwide initiative. In 2012, it would gain official recognition in the United States with a joint agreement between the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the European Commission. Today, it’s celebrated in over 100 different countries.

Time to Act  - Internet Safety for Schools, Colleges & Businesses

Safer Internet Day (SID) is organised by the joint Insafe-INHOPE network, as part of an effort by the European Commission, to collectively educate children and kids worldwide into using the internet safely.

It's a great oportunity for everyone - School, College, Business's and Government to reform Phone and Internet overuse.

We guide people to a safer internet. It's time to talk about Tech & The Internet.

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Safer Internet Day - It’s not just about the kids

We think more emphasis ought to be given to Adults however Governments worldwide are afraid to challenge large Tech e.g. Microsoft, Facebook, Google and this list includes a small company too, Snapchat. Google enjoys according to various accounts upto 97% of the search market. It’s unhealthy for organisation to exist on this scale. Now, If they were an Oil Co.

Many adults, we believe just logon onto the net and go from there without thinking much about it, unaware of the real risks placing our wellbeing, money, family's in peril. Near 70% of Phone, laptop users use no protection online at all and use NO privacy settings at all. Time to change that, we think. Same as the tobacco, alcohol campaigns of 60 years ago.

Internet Guideline for Seniors

Safer Internet Day - It's time for change

Family Protection

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Internet Safety Bundles

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Family Rules Top tips

Want some quick tips. 45-second read. Aimed at kids under 12. Family Rules

Privacy Settings

All social media, all computers, should be set to 'My Friends Only'. Kids obsess over 1000's of followers. This leads to bullying

Tips for Right Now!

Tip 1- Switch on Youtube for kids.
Tip 2- Make sure your kid's social media settings are set to 'My Friends only' not 'everyone'
Tip 3- Use Parental Control

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