Amid the surfing, messaging and posting, it’s easy to overlook internet safety, resulting in kids becoming victims of scams and online harassment, or unintentionally engaging in trolling or cyberbullying. With four in 10 Singaporean children at risk of cyber bullying, and the odds worse for teenagers, there is a greater onus for everyone to use the Internet in a safer, smarter and kinder way.

In light of Safer Internet Day taking place in February, we have teamed up with Singapore Media Literacy Council to launch a guidebook highlighting key tips to making the Internet a safer and happier place for everyone, enabling us to learn, connect and inspire one another, positively.

Click here to learn more about how you can take charge of your digital footprint, prevent cyberbullying and maintain a healthy digital wellbeing!