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This 18-month pilot program, launched in January 2017, created a 15-member Council of U.S.-based teens that serves as a sounding board for Microsoft’s youth-focused, online safety policy agenda. Each member of Microsoft’s council for digital good has created a written manifesto for life online.
Whether you’re concerned about little ones, tweens, or teens, you’ll find easy-to-follow guidance that addresses their pressing online safety issues, including online bullying and the use of games and mobile phones. Use the links below to access quick internet safety tips, and ideas for improving communication and protecting your family online.
Educating students about online safety in today’s world is a difficult task. Students are online in the classroom, at home and in between. Teachers have an opportunity to educate students and parents about online safety and better practices that won't only help them while in class but outside as members of the broader online community.
Only a parent using the Microsoft family service can change Xbox privacy and online safety settings for a child account. Change privacy and safety settings for you or a child - On the Xbox . Sign in to the adult's Microsoft account at Xbox. com.
Online Safety Settings only apply when you or your child is using Xbox LIVE. If a child is a minor, parental permission is required for the child to obtain an Xbox LIVE account, and the Online Safety Settings that you established during account creation are applied every time your child signs in to the service.