Actors in this video use British Sign Language (BSL) and subtitles are included.
Rebecca: Being online is really important to me.
It's where I go to chill out and share videos I've made.
Vilma: I go online to keep in touch with family and catch up with mates.
Ashley: I go online to research projects I'm working on at college and to see what's happening in the world.
Rebecca: Staying safe and in control is easy.
It doesn't matter whether you're Deaf or hearing.
Ashley: It's about knowing when to keep certain things to myself.
Vilma: It's like my address, my mobile number and my passwords...
It's important to keep all of these things secret.
I keep personal information to myself.
Ashley: There's lots of things that I love to share online, like videos I've made.
Rebecca: I love sharing photos with my friends.
Vilma: I share things we're working on together.
Ashley: Do I share anything that's not appropriate, that might get me in trouble? No.
Rebecca: Do I share anything that might make me or someone else ashamed? No.
I know that things I share and do can be spread quickly online.
I know that a joke can arrive in a hundred email inboxes.
Ashley: I know that my photos on Facebook can be looked at by many people I don't know.
Vilma: I know that a comment I make can be sent to thousands of people on Twitter in a few seconds.
Ashley: If I put something online that's not appropriate my parents could see it!
Vilma: If I put something online that's not appropriate my teacher could see it!
Rebecca: If I put something online that's not appropriate, in the future someone who offers me a job could see it! No.
Ashley: It's important - if I see something suspicious online that I'm not sure about, what do I do? I can ask advice from adults.
Rebecca: If people post things about me, trying to hurt or embarrass me I can get advice from my parents.
Vilma: If a stranger tries to meet me face to face, outside - that's risky. Come on!
Ashley: If something bad happens to my friend instead of me, I will do something about it.
Rebecca: I will support my friend and then ask an adult for advice.
Ashley: You should make sure you know when to keep info to yourself.
Stay safe and in control when you’re online.