We’d love your help getting the word out about ProtectKidsOnline.ca.
Below you’ll find resources to help let your friends and family know about ProtectKidsOnline.ca, including videos, images, fast
facts, suggested tweets®/Facebook® updates and more.
You can share the following videos on social media or embed them into your website or blog post.
These images could be used in blog posts or for social media shares.
Here’s a little bit of info about ProtectKidsOnline.ca:
- What is it?
It’s a one-stop website where parents of kids, tweens and teens can get free cyber safety advice from Internet safety
and childhood education experts.
- Who’s behind it?
The Canadian Centre for Child Protection, a registered charity dedicated to
the personal safety of all children. The Canadian Centre’s goal is to reduce the sexual abuse and exploitation of children,
to assist in the location of missing children and to prevent child victimization.
- What kind of content is available?
Age-specific online interests, the risks associated with those interests and ways parents
can keep their kids safe; emerging online issues and trends that parents need to be aware of;
safety resources that range from information on healthy relationships, to
cyberbullying, to sextortion; a blog with all the latest information on new apps, quick tips for parents
and thoughts on parenting in a digital age.
- Why create this website?
As technology advances, so does the risk to children. Trying to navigate online safety can be confusing for parents. This
website is intended to educate and empower parents by providing prevention tips to help reduce their child’s risk of online
exploitation and points to help them get the conversation started about online safety with their kids, no matter what their
Equally as daunting is keeping up to date with the latest apps teens are using or websites kids are visiting.
ProtectKidsOnline.ca and its experts are at the forefront of online trends and can help parents stay on top of it all.
Tweets and Facebook Updates
Here are some suggested tweets and Facebook updates you can share to help get the word out:
While you are at it, follow us on Twitter: @CdnChildProtect
And like us on Facebook:
Canadian Centre for Child Protection
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