Information Technology Communications and Telecommunications Organization chairman Fathi Simsek, warning parents about internet use,
"How we protect our children in real life, we must make sure that they are trusted on the Internet, that is, in the 'virtual environment'"
13 Golden Rules Şimşek also listed the 13 golden rules to keep in mind:
1. Let the Internet be only a part of your life, not the whole. don't let it steal too much of your time.
2. Do not sell the Internet to your family and friends. Let your families sit in the front seat and the internet in the back seat.
3. All information on the Internet may not be correct. Control the information you get online from at least 3 sources. Please credit your assignment
4. Free offers on the Internet are most likely not real. A stranger offers you something for free.
5. Your name, school, address, phone number, family members, etc. Do not share your personal information. Seemingly small pieces of information together can cause huge damage.
6. Before you share your pictures and videos, think about them and then share them. Don't let what you share cause you or your loved ones to feel sad.
7. Keep your passwords strong. Do not set your name and date of birth, consecutive words and numbers as passwords. Make a meaningful sentence and create passwords of at least 8 characters of your choice from the words of that sentence
8. Try to be a good and polite user. To the person you say hello to in real life, say hello again, not "mrb" in the Internet environment. "Ok" when saying OK. or say ok again instead of "Tmm".
9. Don't say things on the internet that you wouldn't say in real life.
10. Just like in real life, don't make friends with strangers online.
11. Do not respond to strangers on the Internet, reject their offers, delete their messages without opening them
12. Tell your family about those who are bothering you and harassing you in the Internet environment.make a criminal report to the security or prosecutor's office together with your family
13. Inform your families about the completely free "Safe Internet Service" to protect them from harmful Internet content.