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Protecting children in cyberspace

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While the Internet has opened up our world to endless possibilities by revolutionising the way we communicate, learn and live, we have to also be aware of the dangers that lurk within.

As parents and carers, it is our duty to ensure that children can safely access the Internet and its valuable resources without fear of falling prey to unscrupulous predators in cyberspace.

The Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission Child Safety Online aims to help parents make cyberspace safe for their children.

UNICEF supports this initiative organised in conjunction with World Telecommunication and Information Society Day 2009.

Online Dangers + Threats

§ Cyber-bullying

§ Pornography

§ Violence

§ Racial abuse and hate

§ Online gaming and addiction

§ Online fraud and deception

Online Safety Tips

§ Always get to know your child’s online habits.

§ Stay alert to any sudden changes in their mood, appearance, habits or increased secretiveness.

§ Let your child know they are free to talk to you about anything at any time.

§ Spend some time surfing the Internet yourself.

§ Install Internet filtering software on your computer.

Download the available resources on this site today to learn more about how you can make your children’s learning experience in cyberspace fun and safe.


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Consumer-related issues or problems:
Communications & Multimedia
Consumer Forum of Malaysia

Tel: 03-7805 1800 • Email: aduan@cfm.org.my

Offensive content online:
The Complaints Bureau
Tel: 03-7954 8105 • Email: secretariat@cmcf.org.my

Communication and multimedia enquiries/complaints:
Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission
Tel: 1-800-888-030 • Email: aduanskmm@cmc.gov.my

 

 

 

 

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