A program developed to give young people the skills to be responsible and safe online has been delivered to students in Murray Bridge.
More than 500 young people from Tyndale Christian School and Murray Bridge High School spent time taking part in the Digital Thumbprint Program, which was presented by Optus.
As part of the program students were empowered with simple and effective tools which they could use online.
Optus territory general manager South Australia, Rob Seymour, said the program allowed students to look at digital practices.
“With the current situation driving more online activity, conversations around necessary precautions such as creating strong passwords and enabling privacy settings on social media have become more…