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Think you know about keeping yourself safe?

If you're aged between 11 and 16, you probably know a lot about using the internet.

Thinkuknow have created this space for you to share what they think is good, look at what's not, share experiences of things that have gone wrong and show you ways you can get yourself out of bad situations.

Thinkuknow like to keep things easy, so you'll see they've split different things you can do into sections:

How to have fun online: Using new technology can be brilliant; a cool way to chat to your mates, share files and listen to music. Make sure you have fun in a safe way, for example, remember if you share a picture with someone online or through your mobile, that you lose control of it - cause they can use it, change it or share it.

How to stay in control of the net: You have the power to keep yourself safer online. You need to know how to protect yourself from some of the risks you might come across. It's good to remember things like keeping your personal information private, and how to block people you don't know in chat and instant messaging. Check out the site for more help and advice.

How to report of your worried: The Thinkuknow website has an area where you can report problems. This might be a conversation with someone online who you thnk may be an adult, and is treating you in a way which makes you feel uncomfortable or you think may be trying to meet you for sex. Share this site with your friends and you might just find out some stuff you don't already know...

For more information about keeping safe on the internet please visit the website.

To find out how to report abuse please click here!

Who to contact

Telephone
0870 000 3344
E-mail
enquiries@ceop.gov.uk
Website
www.thinkuknow.co.uk
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