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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is set to launch a cybersafety handbook to ensure safe and healthy digital habits among students. The board stated that it is wrongly assumed that students are more aware of the digital platforms because they are comfortable with the technology.

The new module will cover topics in cyber safety, such as cyberbullying, including social exclusion, intimidation, defamation, and emotional harassment, online sexual abuse, cyber radicalisation, online attack and fraus, and online enticement. It will also introduce the nine elements of digital citizenship — digital access, literacy, communication, etiquette, health and wellbeing, rights, freedom and responsibility, security and law.
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