The Daily Growl

16th September 2019

  • Celebrate Safer Internet Day With Me!

    Have you heard? It's Safer Internet Day! Check out the video to find out what it's all about. It's Safer Internet Day and I landed an interview with super Moshi fan, Danny! SWEET! Did you send in a photo of your favourite thing about the internet? Keep your eyes peeled to see if it made the video!




    Those were some great points, Danny! Do you have any tips for staying safe online? Comment below and tell me!

    Keep your eyes at hand...

    Roary Scrawl

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    1. Same goes with all websites, tell an adult if something makes you worried
    1. How can we make a safer internet roary?
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    1. We are learning about safer internet day at my school we say that it is short for sid though ok I will give you 5 or less tips on how to keep safe on the internet
      1.never speak to someone you don't know
      2.never give your personal details
      3.be nice on the internet
      4.dont tell anybody which school you go you
      5.never speak to someone you don't know and have never seen before
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    1. Hmm.... well this doesn't make sense on Moshi Monsters, but on other
      online games that can gift and trade, don't scam. (Scamming is tricking people in to giving them your items.) I know a website that has a lot of scamming. Also, don't try and hack someone's account on any social website. My last is don't post any mean things about anyone online. Also, stand up to scammers, hackers, and bullies online.
      (And in real life, but we're talking about Safer INTERNET Day.) :D


      Thanks for reading!!
    1. roary said number 2(:
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    1. agreed
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    1. this was a great video for kids who are beginners with social networks such as Moshi monsters. if anyone on Moshi monsters is being rude to you, you can report the message that was sent to you to the Moshi team. You can also tell the adult closest to you.
    1. i agree
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    1. dont talk to strangers and dont meet up with people you dont no
    1. I think that is ok
    1. rorary were do YOU type the daily growl?????????????????
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    1. i agree! :D
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    1. I think this is right you should stay safe online.
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    1. IM ATCULLY IN A PROGRAM IN MY SCHOOL ABOUT THIS AND ITS YERY SUCSESSFUL
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    1. dont let anyone talk you into giving them personal information
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    1. cyber bullying i 1 of the worst bulling. I think people who syber bully should be ashamed of them selves! ;(
    1. YOU SHOULD BE SAFE ON LINE!
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    1. stat SAFE
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    1. dont give others your number name or anything because you dont them and they can be bad so be safe and remeber not to tell anything to any one
    1. don't say rude words on the internet
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    1. wow can I do they same .
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    1. can I do the same to
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    1. You should never give out personal information out to strangers, only your parents and people you trust. Giving out info can cause bad stuff to happen to you, or the info you told someone about another person. Bullying can also be something to think about on `Safer Internet Day.`
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    1. hi
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    1. Only tell your family and people you trust about personal information. If you tell strangers, you never know what could happen.... Don`t take the risk!!! Please follow this information otherwise.... WHO KNOWS?!
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    1. Roary you have to ban cyber bullying
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    1. its not good so there should be no cyberbullies EVER!!!!!!!!!
    1. I agree with fancynancy1171. If you would not say it to their face .
    1. Wow what a strange video.
    1. Don't give any personal information to anyone besides your parents.