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Dec 29, 2018
8:33AM

Centre brings booklet on cyber safety for school children

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Home Ministry has brought out a booklet on cyber safety for school children to inform them about different aspects of cyber safety.

The booklet, titled 'A Handbook for Students on cyber Safety', also deals with the problems of cyber bullying, cyber grooming and email fraud. It advises teenagers against accepting friend requests from unknown people on social media.

The booklet explains various kinds of cyber crimes like identity theft, job fraud, email spoofing and how children can overcome them.

The information provided in the handbook is intended to create awareness among citizens especially students about various cyber threats that can impact them and ways to safeguard themselves against cyber crimes.

The booklet also provides details about various safeguards that can be adopted by children to protect themselves from cyber grooming.

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