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Making smart choices online isn't only about protecting yourself. We all need to look after each other and make sure we're not doing anything online that hurts anyone else.

If you see someone being picked on online, what should you do?

When you’re posting pictures and videos online, always ask permission from your friends before sharing or tagging photos of them. Don’t tag your friends in rude comments or embarrassing pictures either. That might make you both look bad online!

A lot of social networks let you tag friends in posts and pictures. What should you always do before you post a picture or video with other people in it?

Even if you’re not the one who originally posted it, it is never ok forward, share or like a mean or inappropriate photo, video or text message that makes someone else look or feel bad. This is a form of cyberbullying.

What should you do if someone posts a picture, video or comment that makes someone else look bad?

If someone says or does something mean to you online, don’t try to argue with them or get back at them – just stop talking to them. If you can, block them from contacting you, save evidence of what they did (take a screenshot if you need to), and talk to your parents or another adult that you trust.

What should you do if you are being cyberbullied?

You should always ask for your parents’ permission before downloading a new app or streaming new content online to make sure the games you’re playing and videos you’re watching are safe and ok for kids your age. Stuff you download might also cost money in real life – better ask first!

Why should you ask for permission before downloading, streaming, clicking new links or watching new stuff online?
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Making smart choices online isn't only about protecting yourself. We all need to look after each other and make sure we're not doing anything online that hurts anyone else.

If you see someone being picked on online, what should you do?

When you’re posting pictures and videos online, always ask permission from your friends before sharing or tagging photos of them. Don’t tag your friends in rude comments or embarrassing pictures either. That might make you both look bad online!

A lot of social networks let you tag friends in posts and pictures. What should you always do before you post a picture or video with other people in it?

Even if you’re not the one who originally posted it, it is never ok forward, share or like a mean or inappropriate photo, video or text message that makes someone else look or feel bad. This is a form of cyberbullying.

What should you do if someone posts a picture, video or comment that makes someone else look bad?

If someone says or does something mean to you online, don’t try to argue with them or get back at them – just stop talking to them. If you can, block them from contacting you, save evidence of what they did (take a screenshot if you need to), and talk to your parents or another adult that you trust.

What should you do if you are being cyberbullied?

You should always ask for your parents’ permission before downloading a new app or streaming new content online to make sure the games you’re playing and videos you’re watching are safe and ok for kids your age. Stuff you download might also cost money in real life – better ask first!

Why should you ask for permission before downloading, streaming, clicking new links or watching new stuff online?