Norton’s tips for parents and children to combat cyberbullying
Tomorrow it’s National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence and security company Norton is marking the occasion by offering parents and children tips to protect themselves against cyberbullying.
Norton research has shown three in four men and women under the age of 30 have experienced some form of online harassment.
“The National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence reminds Australians of the importance for all members of our society to recognise the lasting impact online bullying has on both men and women,” Norton security expert Nick Savvides said.
“No longer does the ‘they’ll be right’ attitude suffice in any instance, as we often don’t realise how detrimental cyberbullying and online harassment can be until it’s too late.
“Norton encourages Australian men and women to speak up about their online experiences, report serious harassment and threats when they occur and take reasonable security and privacy precautions whilst online.”
Norton has come up with some tips to help parents and children respond to cyberbullying.
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