Our kids speak out: Three public service announcements on ‘Keeping Kids Cyber Safe’ PSAs by kids at Folsom's Kids to Work Day stress dangers of cyber bullying, offline chats
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Intel Information Risk and Security, along with Intel Studios, recently hosted workshops for three groups of middle- and high-school students to create public service announcements on the subject of Keeping Kids Cyber Safe. The PSAs the kids put together in regards to cyber bullying, meeting in person someone you have met online, and identity theft.
According to Wikipedia, "A public service announcement (PSA) or community service announcement (CSA) is a non-commercial advertisement broadcast on radio or television, for the public interest. PSAs are intended to modify public attitudes by raising awareness about specific issues. The most common topics of PSAs are health and safety."
For more on encouraging and motivating kids to speak out view i-Safe.