Delhi Police to teach teens social network ethics

In the wake of rising complaints of impersonation and harassment on social networks from teenagers, the cyber cell of Delhi Police has initiated an awareness programme for teens aged 14-18 years.
Under this programme, an officer of deputy commissioner rank would visit schools and brief the children about precautionary measures to be adopted while venturing into social networking websites. The police will also appoint a ‘tech savvy’ teacher as their nodal officer who can counsel and co-ordinate with students.

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