#doiknowu: Do you really know your online friends?

Warning: Video contains adult themes. Parental guidance recommended.

Transcript (PDF, 142KB)

Online predators pretend to be your friend and then trap you into doing things you don't want to do.

You and your friends can avoid the traps and stay safe online by:

  • knowing someone in real life before accepting their friend request
  • limiting how much personal information you share online
  • telling them to slow down or block and delete if you feel uncomfortable
  • knowing it's illegal to create, send, or have sexual images of someone (including yourself) who looks under 18 years. Find out more.

This Traps and Hacks poster explains the traps predators use and how you can avoid them and be safe online.

A4 Traps and Hacks Poster (PDF, 135.91 KB)
A3 Traps and Hacks Poster (PDF, 161.43 KB)

If you're worried that you've sent a sexual image of yourself to someone, you're not alone.

There are lots of people who can help you. There are some simple steps you can take if you've sent a sexual image. And there are ways you can anonymously report predators.

People you can talk to:

What to do if you've sent a sexual image:

Where you can report someone; you can even do it anonymously:

Help us make #doiknowu go viral!

You can help young people stay safe online by sharing the #doiknowu campaign.

We've created these tools to help you do it. Our social media kit contains a range of digital and printable assets (download the ZIP file below).

doiknowu Social Media Kit (ZIP, 4.67 MB)