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Gurgaon police is back with Cyber Safe Campaign
Gurgaon Police is back with the second session of the Cyber awareness campaign known as "Cyber Safe Campaign Phase II". The campaign will focus on alerting and awaring the young generation toward the pros and cons of the cyber world.

There are always two sides of a coin, which in this case, means that if the Internet, mobile phones, laptops etc., help us to build our future, they are also the reason behind destroying it.

The campaign which began on Tuesday, will cover various schools informing the students about the advantages and disadvantages of the cyber world. The campaign began with Lotus Valley School and will move to various other schools in the region.

An initiative by the Gurgaon Police and city schools, the "Cyber Safe Campaign Phase II" will focus on making more schools and private colleges aware about the dangers of the cyber world.

"The most vulnerable age is between 14 to 17 years where students fall prey to cyber crimes. After this training is over, we will approach other schools and colleges to ensure that every student is aware of the cyber etiquettes and the dangers of being online," said Rakshit Tabdon, Advisor of the Cyber Crime Cell, Gurgaon, according to a Hindustan Times report. .

According to the report, an extension of the first phase of the campaign- training of teachers and students, was held on Monday at the Delhi Public School, Sector- 45, Gurgaon.

Fifteen schools such as Delhi Public School (Gurgaon), DPS (Sushant Lok), DAV Public Schools (Sector-14) and Amity International School (Sector-46) had participated in the first phase of the campaign which concluded in May.

The schools were encouraged to form 'Cyber Congress', an interactive body by the students and for the students where if the students were bullied or stalked, they could approach the 'Cyber Congress'.

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