Making the Internet a Better Place for All Users
The Internet, as we know it, has grown to be a massive virtual space where people can not only find information, but share information, find people, make recommendations, and much more. Although the Internet can be a helpful and interactive space, it can also be a dangerous space, especially for children.
We’re well aware of ill-intended content, fake information, scams, and other information that exists through the Internet, but one of the questions that Safer Internet Day raises is:
How can we all make the Internet a better place for users?
There are a number of things that we as adults, our colleagues, and even our children can do to help create a better experience with Internet use. In this post, we share some tips on Internet safety and recommended practices.
Although most of these tips seem like common sense, it’s worth reiterating to help you navigate and use the Internet more safely. We may not ever completely rid the Internet of bad practices and abusers, but we can keep ourselves aware of Internet-related issues and challenges.