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Google launches ONLINE SAFETY ROADSHOW 2020 FOR TEACHERS AND PARENTS

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Google has put up Google Online Safety ROADSHOW 2020 to train and empower teachers/parents on how to protect themselves and their families online to gain skills relating to (Password security, fake identities, privacy, parental control, Cyberbullying e.t.c)

The roadshow will explore nature of the possible threats that we could encounter whilst engaging in activity through the Internet

As a teacher or parent in Nigeria and you would learn how to protect yourself from internet threat while trying to explore internet for your professional development

Google online safety roadshow2020 will create awareness to threats to children’s internet safety include invasions of privacy, cyberbullying, sexting and harassment and many others social vices.

The program is FREE!! And all participants will also stand a chance of winning consolidated prizes for participating in the ONLINE SAFETY WEEKLY QUIZ.

Eligibility: Teachers/Administrators of Schools, Parents

To participate, click here to register. Attendance is important for the roadshow

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