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Help youth stay safe online
This campaign educates Canadian youth, 13 years and older, on the important topics of cyberbullying, sexting and identity theft – and on protecting their online reputation.
Stay savvy with Smart Social tips
Smart Social tip #1: respect privacy
Never share or forward intimate images of other people – it’s not your right and it can impact lives – including your own.Download poster
Smart Social tip #2: end cyberbullying
Respect yourself and respect others in both your digital and physical world. Make bullying socially unacceptable. Be the difference.Download poster
Smart Social tip #3: reduce identity theft
Don’t share private information on social media. Delete accounts and apps you no longer use. Use strong passwords, change them often, and never share them.Download poster
Smart Social tip #4: set strong passwords
Reduce the chances of having accounts hacked. Set strong passwords, don’t use a password you’ve used on other sites or apps, and always remember to log out.Download poster
Smart Social tip #5: don’t be a bystander
Intervening when you witness cyberbullying can put an end to it and could make it hurt less.Download poster
Smart Social tip #6: ask for help
Cyberbullying can really hurt. If someone is mean to you online don’t risk making things worse by fighting back. Instead, save the evidence (take a screenshot if you have to), block them if you can, and talk to someone who can make you feel better.Download poster
Tips for staying safe online
The information provided on telus.com/wise is intended as general information only, not as advice. Readers should assess all information in light of their own circumstances and consider all relevant factors.