Campaigns & Media: Safer Internet Day
On Safer Internet Day 2023, the 20th year of this campaign, the Canadian Centre for Child Protection (C3P) is calling on governments to pass regulations requiring industry to protect children online as they do offline. Technology companies cannot continue to operate platforms that lack age verification and allow unknown adults to access children in unsupervised spaces. We cannot continue to offload this responsibility solely on the shoulders of parents. Until governments hold technology companies accountable and demand protections that keep unknown adults from intersecting with children in unsupervised online spaces, parents are the front line of defence against this threat.
Get involved to help create a safer internet EVERY day:
- Learn more about online luring and how to get help at cybertip.ca/online-harms/luring.
- Help us reach youth, parents, and educators on social media by sharing C3P’s tweets, posts and photos.
- Report concerns about online sexual violence to Cybertip.ca.
For media inquiries, please contact:Communications, Canadian Centre for Child Protection (C3P)
Office: (204) 945-8074