Google India holds workshop on cyber safety
The workshop was proportionately structured based on four segments specifically – avoiding online scams, social media safety, controlling digital footprint and recognition of safe online content.
With the incessant surge of cases pertaining to cyber bully and criminal offense, Google India in the recent times held a workshop for students online safety and security.
“Google is conducting multiple ‘cyber safety’ workshops for students in several schools across the country. Using the knowledge and skills they already have learned from the workshop, they’ll be tasked to create and run their own online safety promotions, encouraging young people in their schools and areas to consider issues including the associated with cyber intimidation, managing one’s own digital footprint and online methods and scams. These youth-created online or offline educational campaigns may take any form, including videos and other social media, sketches and in-school events, ” said Sunita Mohanty, Director, trust and Safety, Google India, as reported in DNA.
More in news information:
- Students are provided with verdant platform where they can contest, exchange improvements, and campaign on internet security
- Students who experienced undergone the courses were urged to make optimum use of the actual had obtained and spread their skills and knowledge among other children
- It really is speculated that Google had, so much, conducted such workshops across 10,000 colleges
- Yahoo has, of late, created an agreement with the government of Goa to actualized the vision of ‘Digitalised Goa’ whose main mission is to incorporate internet safety lessons in formal school program
- Educators and students declared that they find the session useful and pragmatic
- One elected students, expressing his enjoyment about the session, said that the program was quite a captivating
- “Loved the session, speaker and how captivating the workshop was, designed for a second was I uninterested. Cannot wait to do amazing things in my school, ” said Rahul, students of Apeejay school, Pitampura.