What is a social media security system?
What is it used for?
How is it broken?
Read on for the basics of a social security system.
What is the difference between a social networking site and a website?
What are the differences between a child’s personal information and social security numbers?
Read more about social security.
The key to preventing abuse and the rise of child pornography, according to child protection experts, is to prevent and respond to abuse.
This includes having your child keep their social security number on a secure device and to keep an online log of all your social media activity.
But what if you need help with safeguarding your children online?
If you are concerned about your child’s safety online, or would like to know more about child protection, contact ChildLine.
Children’s helpline: 0800 026 511 (Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm AEST) ChildLine is a family-centred service which provides confidential and confidential support for children and young people, parents and grandparents.
ChildLine offers information, support and information about child safety and welfare, as well as free child protection advice and information.
Call or email to get help today.
Childline is a charity registered charity number 0300 1212 871.
Call childline.org.au or call 1300 489 467.
Find more resources for children online.
Child’s Play: How to prevent internet abuse and online child abuse (pdf, 759KB)