Internet Safety for Kids and Families 

Let’s build a safe, responsible digital community.

Everyone has a role in ensuring cyber safety.

What’s yours?

Keeping our kids safe and responsible

Your kids have grown up using computers and cell phones. But though they may seem to know it all, kids are particularly vulnerable to online dangers.

Through our Internet Safety for Kids and Families program, we help prevent and address online risks and teach good digital citizenship.

Lynette Owens

Meet our digital
citizenship expert

Lynette Owens, a pro-technology parent, online-safety advocate, and tech blogger, founded the Internet Safety for Kids and Families program to raise awareness and educate people about the safe and responsible use of the Internet.

“What's Your Story?”

What's your story
What's your story
What's your story

The “What’s Your Story” poster competition is run every year for children aged 5-12 years old in Australia and New Zealand, to encourage safe and responsible behaviour online. With more than 3 billion Internet users worldwide, children will be exposed to different types of content, both good and bad. Ensuring children are aware of the dangers of their online adventures, the “What’s Your Story” poster competition encourages them to think about the positive and negative effects of the Internet and how to use it safely.