CHILD PROTECTION
Child Online Safety
4 questions polled on this topic
42% response rate
35 responded out of 83 polled
Sep 23. 2016
In your opinion, what's the biggest risk for children spending time online unchecked? A) Online Sexual abuse and exploitation B.) Online enticement to risky , harmful behaviors and extremism C) Cyberbullying & "Sextortion "
Sep 23. 2016
With the Internet and social media ,children R vulnerable to all of the above. How would u respond to online bullying? A) confront the person bullying you B.) Ignore it C) Speak to a friend about it D) Report and block the person bullying you.
Sep 23. 2016
Who is best positioned to take the lead on online safety for all Children in India A) Government B.) Parents and Teachers C) NGOs and UN D) Peers & Friends
Sep 23. 2016
In your opinion, what should be done to understand , prevent and tackle online abuse and exploitation of children in India?

POLL RESULTS

SEP 23. 2016
In your opinion, what's the biggest risk for children spending time online unchecked? A) Online Sexual abuse and exploitation B.) Online enticement to risky , harmful behaviors and extremism C) Cyberbullying & "Sextortion "
35 responded out of 83 polled
Female
41%
Cyberbullying
 
Cyberbullying
35%
Risky behaviours
 
Risky behaviours
24%
Sexual Abuse & Exploitation
 
Sexual Abuse & Exploitation

Male
33%
Cyberbullying
 
Cyberbullying
56%
Risky behaviours
 
Risky behaviours
11%
Sexual Abuse & Exploitation
 
Sexual Abuse & Exploitation
0-14
0%
cyberbullying
 
cyberbullying
0%
risky behaviours
 
risky behaviours
0%
sexual abuse & exploitation
 
sexual abuse & exploitation

15-19
50%
cyberbullying
 
cyberbullying
50%
risky behaviours
 
risky behaviours
0%
sexual abuse & exploitation
 
sexual abuse & exploitation

20-24
18%
cyberbullying
 
cyberbullying
73%
risky behaviours
 
risky behaviours
9%
sexual abuse & exploitation
 
sexual abuse & exploitation

25-30
100%
cyberbullying
 
cyberbullying
0%
risky behaviours
 
risky behaviours
0%
sexual abuse & exploitation
 
sexual abuse & exploitation

31-34
33%
cyberbullying
 
cyberbullying
33%
risky behaviours
 
risky behaviours
33%
sexual abuse & exploitation
 
sexual abuse & exploitation

35+
0%
cyberbullying
 
cyberbullying
67%
risky behaviours
 
risky behaviours
33%
sexual abuse & exploitation
 
sexual abuse & exploitation
37%
Cyberbullying
 
Cyberbullying
46%
Risky behaviours
 
Risky behaviours
17%
Sexual Abuse & Exploitation
 
Sexual Abuse & Exploitation
SEP 23. 2016
With the Internet and social media ,children R vulnerable to all of the above. How would u respond to online bullying? A) confront the person bullying you B.) Ignore it C) Speak to a friend about it D) Report and block the person bullying you.
35 responded out of 35 polled
Female
82%
Report
 
Report
6%
Speak to friend
 
Speak to friend
0%
Ignore it
 
Ignore it
12%
Confront them
 
Confront them

Male
94%
Report
 
Report
0%
Speak to friend
 
Speak to friend
0%
Ignore it
 
Ignore it
6%
Confront them
 
Confront them
0-14
0%
report
 
report
0%
speak to friend
 
speak to friend
0%
ignore it
 
ignore it
0%
confront them
 
confront them

15-19
100%
report
 
report
0%
speak to friend
 
speak to friend
0%
ignore it
 
ignore it
0%
confront them
 
confront them

20-24
91%
report
 
report
0%
speak to friend
 
speak to friend
0%
ignore it
 
ignore it
9%
confront them
 
confront them

25-30
80%
report
 
report
0%
speak to friend
 
speak to friend
0%
ignore it
 
ignore it
20%
confront them
 
confront them

31-34
67%
report
 
report
33%
speak to friend
 
speak to friend
0%
ignore it
 
ignore it
0%
confront them
 
confront them

35+
83%
report
 
report
0%
speak to friend
 
speak to friend
0%
ignore it
 
ignore it
17%
confront them
 
confront them
89%
Report
 
Report
3%
Speak to friend
 
Speak to friend
0%
Ignore it
 
Ignore it
9%
Confront them
 
Confront them
SEP 23. 2016
Who is best positioned to take the lead on online safety for all Children in India A) Government B.) Parents and Teachers C) NGOs and UN D) Peers & Friends
34 responded out of 35 polled
Female
31%
Peers
 
Peers
6%
NGOs
 
NGOs
38%
Parents
 
Parents
25%
Government
 
Government

Male
28%
Peers
 
Peers
6%
NGOs
 
NGOs
28%
Parents
 
Parents
39%
Government
 
Government
0-14
0%
peers
 
peers
0%
ngos
 
ngos
0%
parents
 
parents
0%
government
 
government

15-19
0%
peers
 
peers
25%
ngos
 
ngos
0%
parents
 
parents
75%
government
 
government

20-24
36%
peers
 
peers
9%
ngos
 
ngos
27%
parents
 
parents
27%
government
 
government

25-30
50%
peers
 
peers
0%
ngos
 
ngos
50%
parents
 
parents
0%
government
 
government

31-34
0%
peers
 
peers
0%
ngos
 
ngos
33%
parents
 
parents
67%
government
 
government

35+
33%
peers
 
peers
0%
ngos
 
ngos
33%
parents
 
parents
33%
government
 
government
29%
Peers
 
Peers
6%
NGOs
 
NGOs
32%
Parents
 
Parents
32%
Government
 
Government
SEP 23. 2016
In your opinion, what should be done to understand , prevent and tackle online abuse and exploitation of children in India?
23 responded out of 34 polled
awareness
children
laws
online
parents
bullying
cyber
issues
make
teachers
abuse
address
child
difference
education
friends
help
immediately
respond
schools
spread
take
things
abuses
action
ads
also
always
apt
asap
aware
awarenesd
calls
campaign
can
cases
check
colleges
comes
coming
done
educate
enact
encouraging
facebook
file
first
force
friend
friendly

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