Posted by DPS Blog on 26 October 2018

In today’s technological world, everything have turned to be digital. A day is not spent
without smart phones, laptops, ipads, credit / debit cards, online shopping, etc,. In
India, all cyber related issues are governed by Information Technology Act, 2000.
Cyber law is the area of law that deals with the Internet’s relationship to technological
and electronic elements. The digital education and use of internet have started from
kindergarten and there is no age limit. Hence, everyone should be aware that, usage of
internet provides knowledge and benefit and at the same time it can also put you in
trouble if not accessed in the right way.
We should be very careful while accessing internet or sending messages and mails in
social media like facebook, twitter, whatsapp etc. Even a small mistake can put you in
big legal trouble if it’s not used in proper manner.
Certain precautionary measures should be taken, especially by parents while your
children are using the internet. It is always the parents who have to keep a watch on the
sites that your children are accessing, to prevent any kind of harassment or depravation
in children.
We should guide our children to avoid disclosing any personal information to strangers
via e-mail or while chatting. One must avoid sending any photograph to strangers by
online as misusing of photograph incidents increasing day by day. Parents should avoid
sharing debit /credit cards to their children and also educate them not to share the
details to any strangers while using internet.
Parents should make sure that the internet should majorly be used by your kids to
develop their knowledge, skill, communication and not to put them in any kind of