On Web Safety Five Indian Teenagers Win Google Contest: On Wednesday, the global search engine said that five smart Indian teenagers won a web contest that was conducted by Google India on the browsing websites safely.
On Web Safety Five Indian Teenagers Win Google Contest
The competition was witnessed by several entries from across the schools in the form of videos, apps and sketches and these were judged on the impact, reach and creativity, said in a statement in Bengaluru by the Indian subsidiary of the Silicon Valley.
The winners of the first contest that was launched in 2014 were:
– Mavika Boyini from NASR school in Hyderabad
– Vaidehi Reddy from Army public school in Pune
– Kanish Chugh from DLF Public School in Ghaziabad
– Raviteja Anumukonda from Chirec Public School in Hyderabad
– Neya Saravanarajan from Hindu Senior Secondary School in Chennai.
The fresh and young minds were challenged to create their own online safety campaigns that were aiming at curbing cyber bullying and leaving the safe digital footprint.
The statement said that, Boyini sketched the admonished peers and set of cartoons that they will never post anything which their grandmother would not like to see.
Don’t post inappropriate stuff, don’t be rude and do follow the rules of grandma, these are some of her dos and don’ts.
Reddy cautioned the internet users never want to reveal the personal details, home address and the refrain from illegal downloads through the video, the statement said.
To enlighten peers on how to spot fake logos the Chug developed an anti-phising game, while the Anumukonda talked related to the need to avoid predictable and easy passwords to preferring the complex unhackable ones.
Mr. Two Faces, a catchy tune was composed by Saravanarajan just to remind everyone to turn on the privacy settings.
The statement said, Google will gift all the winning students with tablets and chromebooks.