Do’s and Don’ts for Students in Cyber World



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Do's for Student's in the Cyber World

  1. Adhere to copyright restrictions when downloading material from the Internet, including software, games, movies, or music.
  2. Report online bullying immediately to the teacher and parents/ or some one whom you trust.
  3. Use a strong and unique password with combinations of numbers, uppercase and lowercase letter and special characters for each account(s) and change your password frequently.
  4. Obtain software from trusted sources. Always scan files before opening them.
  5. Check to see if the web address begins with https:// whenever you sign in online.
  6. Connect only with known individuals.
  7. Think twice before you post/like/ share something related to sensitive topics like politics, religion etc.
  8. Report to the service provider immediately if the account is hacked. If possible deactivate your account.

Don'ts for Student's in the Cyber World

  1. Don't share your personal information: real name, date of birth, phone number etc. unnecessarily.
  2. Don't send your pictures to unknown persons or share them on social media.
  3. Don't open emails and attachments from strangers.
  4. Don't respond to any suspicious email, instant message or web page asking for personal information.
  5. Don't share your password/OTP with anyone.
  6. Don't save your username and password on the browser.
  7. Don't steal other's information.
  8. Don't access or use files without the permission of the owner.
  9. Don't copy software which has copyright without the author's permission.
  10. Don't bully others online by teasing, threatening, using rude or offensive language, making derogatory or hateful comments.
  11. Don't meet unknown (even if they are known only through online interaction) people alone; always inform an adult or a friend.
  12. Don't open or download any attachments from an unknown source, as they may be harmful.
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