TELUS Wise resources

We have created a number of digital literacy and online safety resources in collaboration with our partners to help Canadians of all ages stay safe in our digital world.

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Online safety

Online games: how much is too much?

#TELUSWise | It’s not surprising that one of the biggest concerns raised by parents in TELUS Wise workshops is about time spent playing video games. How much…

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Online safety

Helping our kids safely navigate video games | A TELUS Wise parent’s guide.

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Online safety

Kids, technology and rules

Most parents with school-aged children have at least some expectations around appropriate technology use in their household, but many of us are still left with…

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Social media

Are you in control of your online reputation? Start the school year on a clean slate

So, what is an online reputation? Your online reputation is an extension of your own personal brand - it’s a direct reflection of the content you post, and the…

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Online safety

Hey Alexa, how do I know you’re secure?

Ever since digital voice assistants first hit the market, their futuristic charm has made them one of the most talked about gadgets in town. In between amusing…

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Privacy and security

From the Wall Street Journal: Public Wi-Fi Is Safer Than Ever — But You Still Need to Be Careful

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Privacy and security

From IT World Canada: How to discover if your email has been hacked

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Privacy and security

Cryptojacking and formjacking - rising threats

It seems as though there’s always a new information security issue and each time, a similar story follows: unsuspecting people are victimized by others who use…

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Social media

In celebration of everything emoji

July 17 is #WorldEmojiDay. If you’re like me, you may be surprised to know #WorldEmojiDay exists and may also be wondering, why July 17? Because it’s the…

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Online safety

Mobile malware: what you need to know

According to the Consumer Technology Association, 86 per cent of Canadian adults surveyed own a smartphone. Find out how to keep it safe from malware.

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Online safety

So, you think you've spotted some 'fake news' — now what?

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Online safety

Parents: get the scoop on trending language used online

These days it can be tough for parents to keep up with the slang commonly used by young people in texts and social posts. Learn more about the language young…

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Online safety tips

Follow these internet safety and privacy tips to protect yourself and your family.

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