"It's there for life!" Competition
itsthereforlifeHow would you communicate to your peers the message of online safety and privacy when it comes to what you post and share online?

While social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and online blogs provide a great way to let people know what you're up to, there are also risks in deciding what you share and to whom.

A new Victorian Government Competition is giving you the opportunity to create the best image or video to get their online safety message - "It's there for life!" - across.

The winner has the opportunity to win $1500 worth of prizes, and have the entry used as part of the Victorian Government campaign to promote online safety.

Entries could include an image such as a photo, illustration, artwork or poster or a video presentation, short film or animation.

For tips on what you should and shouldn't post online, and ideas to draw on when creating your entry, check out this article by YouthCentral.

To enter the competition head to YouthCentral. Entries close May 8.