Microsoft launches Safer Online Teen Challenge

Protecting and maintaining your online privacy is recognized as the top priority by Microsoft. It even helps you defend yourself against any online risks by building innovative technologies – including handy tools to help parents safeguard children online.

Microsoft Safer Online Teen Challenge

The company is now calling all young people between the age group of 13-18. It has launched a first-ever Safer Online Teen Challenge. The challenge makes you learn the essentials to help protect your devices and information from any damage.

If you know how to stay safe online while you text, game, update your wall, shop online or do more, the challenge is for you! You can get all your smart skills to work to promote a positive message about life online. In turn, you can win a prize by sharing your online safety voice with others as winning entries will feature on Microsoft Official sites, visited by millions daily.

Just submit your creative thoughts/voices on one of the many key categories that intend to train you on safety topics over Internet.

  1. Stage a skit or presentation
  2. Produce a video
  3. Write a story-or draw a cartoon
  4. Compose a song
  5. Conduct a survey

Microsoft Safer Online Teen Challenge starts with online safety advice from Microsoft. Entries must be submitted by April 2013. Although submissions require English translations, all ideas and thoughts are most welcome in any language.

To check Official Rules for full details on age eligibility in your country or region, visit the Facebook page.

Susannah Lindsay quit her job a few years back to settle down in a life of domesticity. She has been living in Los Angeles for the last three years, and enjoys following new gadget releases and the latest happenings on the technological front.