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Cybercriminals using online gaming to target kids

The global gaming industry is expected to grow in the next few years, and the risks associated with it, such as cybercrimes and cyberbullying, must be acknowledged by parents, gamers and the government

India to take up with UK racism issues when required: Jaishankar

"I do want to say that as a land of Mahatma Gandhi, we can never ever turn our eyes away from racism wherever it is," he said.

Are you digitally ready?

It is vital for all of us to know how to use online tools appropriately and effectively

Here’s how you can deal with cyberbullying

Online abuse may result in emotional and physical stress

Making cyberspace safe for all

Dr Rakshit Tandon explained to the audience the variety of crimes that occur on their various social media platforms.

TIME’s Kid of the Year Gitanjali focuses on effective COVID-19 vaccine distribution

Rao says she is still at a "brainstorming and observing" phase but is looking at the whole idea of vaccine distribution and how widespread it needs to be.

Keep your children safe online

With children spending more time online, the risk of exposure to inappropriate content and falling prey to cybercriminals are on the rise

Trolling and its impact on social media

At least 25 per cent of the users subjected to some form of social media trolling

87% Indian adults believe online gaming affects well-being: Survey

There is a sense of growing concern among parents as 45 percent of respondents said they find it difficult to control their children's smartphone usage.

CBSE releases cyber safety guide for students from class 9 to 12

"Cyberstalking is when an individual is repeatedly or constantly followed, watched or contacted through any electronic means."

Parent’s guide to check cyberbullying

Bullying is bullying, irrespective of age it’s been in society and no parent wishes to learn that their child is being bullied, be it physically, mentally or in the virtual world.

Cyberbullying and its effects on people

Children and youth who are active in social media are the main victims of cyberbullying

Cyberbullying triggers childhood trauma, depression

The study suggested that children who have a history of being abused were more likely to be cyberbullied.

Telangana gets first child-friendly Police Station

Boy, who is fighting cancer, inaugurates facility at Medipally Police Station

Cyberbullying is hurtful to youngsters: Ananya

Last month, the "Student of the Year 2" actress was questioned on her academic qualification on social media when she said in an interview that she took admission in USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.

Loved children don’t involve in cyber bullying

Parental behaviour influences involvement of children in cyberbullying, finds a study

Drawing strength from family

Kids with support from home are more likely to stand up to bullying, a study suggests

Online harassment on the rise in India, Mumbai leads

The highest threats of physical violence were reported by victims from Mumbai (51 per cent), Delhi (47 per cent) and Hyderabad (46 per cent), with Delhi victims (51 per cent) experiencing the highest incidence of cyberbullying.

Kalki’s tip through Naked: take a stand for yourself

Kalki’s Short film Naked is about women facing abuse in the virtual world but keeping mum to avoid controversies

Online bullying on the rise

Facebook involved in 32 per cent of cyberbullying cases in UK

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