Today millions across the UK and globally are celebrating Safer Internet Day, and the Eagles squad have pledged their support for the campaign.
Co-ordinated by the UK Safer Internet Centre, the day is a great opportunity for people to think about the safe and positive use of technology, and to ‘share a heart’ to help create a kinder online community.
The players wore shirts during the warm-up of last Tuesday's game against Bournemouth to raise awareness of the cause which aims to make the internet a better place by encouraging users to help stamp out online abuse they see by reporting any bullying, trolling or hate crime.
They also advise talking to children, friends or family about what to do if anything worries them online and look out for each other, and would like to make the internet a better place by doing something kind online, such as using the hashtag #SID2016 and join the #shareaheart social media campaign.
Visit www.saferinternet.org.uk where you can take a quiz, see what’s happening for the day and find out more about what you can do to help keep your friends and family safer online.