An article in the Sunday Age discusses the responsibilities of parents in regards to their children’s cybersafety. Author Adam Turner explains how parents can help:
A common cybersafety rule is that the computer stays in the living area, positioned in such a way that anyone who walks into the room can see what’s on the screen. If notebooks are permitted in the bedrooms for studying, perhaps it’s on the condition that they recharge on the kitchen bench at night. The same rule can apply for mobile phones, which can also help combat cyberbullying.
Read the whole article here.