6. Internet - Looking forward
Fact sheet 23 – Internet of things
- In the same manner that you already protect your computer and other devices from security intrusions, be sure to apply those measures to your “Internet of things” devices.
- Be aware that it is difficult to protect every individual device, but that you can protect your network and reduce your areas of vulnerability.
- Carefully consider any “Internet of toys” items that you plan on introducing into your home and to your child. Check the security and privacy parameters of the toy and ask yourself: “How necessary is this toy?”
Fact sheet 24 – Artificial intelligence, automation and disruptive technologies
- Have you informed yourself about the latest developments in artificial intelligence and automation?
- Have you invested in your interpersonal, social and emotional skills?
- Have you set up your “smart” devices to ensure appropriate levels of security and user-protection?
Fact sheet 25 – Virtual and augmented reality
- Have you talked with your child/student about key topics such as sexism, sexuality, racism, bullying, stereotypes and other forms of discrimination?
- Have you made sure that the devices your child/student uses are set up correctly, with high privacy and security protection?
- Have you checked that your child/student maintains a healthy life balance when using virtual or augmented technology?
Fact sheet 26 – Are you the product? Big data, data mining and privacy
- Have you taken the time to review the way your private data is treated by the online services you use, and to set up adequate privacy settings?
- Have you recently reviewed the content you have posted online to make sure that it is still accurate and that you are still willing to share it?
- Do you stay informed about the latest developments in “big data” to understand how these changes may affect you and what you can do about it?
- Online child sexual abuse experts visit Ukraine and Armenia
- Opportunity to participate in the next Council of Europe Children’s Rights Conference
- “Sexting”: children themselves don’t produce “child pornography”
- Call for Consultants for a Review of training strategies and materials for Law Enforcement, Judges and Prosecutors and development of a pilot training module