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Cyberbullying and The Harmful Digital Communications Act

Cyberbullying and The Harmful Digital Communications Act

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When:

  • Thu 13 Oct ’16, 5:30pm – 6:30pm

Where:

Lower Hutt War Memorial Library, Cnr Queens Drive and Woburn Road, Lower Hutt

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Free Admission

For today’s young people being online is an integral part of everyday life - from Facebook to YouTube and Snapchat. With so much social life and communication now online, how do you make sure your kids are safe?

During October Hutt City Libraries is running a series of talks and workshops all about Cyber Safety. Learn about what’s happening online, and what you can do to make sure your kids are as safe as possible when having fun with technology.

Cyberbullying and the Harmful Digital Communications Act (Presentation by Karen Spencer, NetSafe).

The Harmful Digital Communications Act now provides new ways for you to take action on cyberbullying. From November, NetSafe can receive and investigate complaints about harm caused by digital communications.

In this session, Karen will explain what the Harmful Digital Communications Act is, why it’s important and how NetSafe can help you and your families.

For more information on Cyber Safety Month see the website.

Karen Spencer:
As Director of Education, Karen leads the development and implementation of NetSafe’s education programmes. She is internationally recognised for her expertise in the smart design of future-focused learning approaches that harness digital technologies effectively and safely.

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