Promote Digital Civility
Digital Civility Challenge
I embrace the challenge to be a leader in making the internet a better and safer place. I commit to do my part every day by living up to the four Digital Civility Challenge ideals:
Live the Golden Rule.
Pause before replying.
Stand up for myself and others.
Other “To Do’s” to be safe online
In addition to taking the challenge and telling us how you’re doing on social media, we’re offering other ways to learn and get involved.
Digital Civility Index
For instance, check out our new Digital Civility Index and Research that we conducted in 14 countries: Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Chile, China, France, Germany, India, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the United States. We surveyed teens and adults in each of these countries, and some of the results may surprise you.
Along with the new index, we’re also sharing suggested Best Practices for digital civility. Our hope is that policymakers, companies and organizations will consider our suggestions and build on our initial efforts through fresh digital civility-related projects and programs.
Voices for Digital Civility
And, check out our Voices for Digital Civility with comments from leading advocacy organizations and groups in favor of spreading the word about digital civility.
Twitter & Facebook