Disney Star India and Wranga, a start-up that focuses on children's online safety, carried out the poll. As part of the "Responsible Digital Citizenship and Online Safety" study, the findings were made public on Friday. 519 out of the total pupils polled in the study said that their main worry was the improper usage of photos. Other major issues they raised were being harassed on social networking sites, taking pictures and screenshots without permission, and bullying by friends or acquaintances. The majority of them, 70%, expressed concern about their online safety and privacy. The study, according to the two organisations, was conducted "to assure students' digital wellness" and to better understand "the domain of digital education for creative expression, learning, and involvement of students as responsible digital citizens." The poll included students in classes IX through XII. The majority of respondents said that they would prefer lessons on internet safety to be included in the curriculum. Although issues like cyberbullying and false information are discussed in class, the students who participated in the poll felt that more could be done to prepare them for real-life scenarios. 84 percent of the pupils who responded to the study indicated they had come across bogus news. Despite these reservations, the study found that between 80 and 90 percent of students thought the internet broadened their horizons and enjoyed utilising it to learn new things and express themselves creatively. Youth must be taught about online safety, according to a video message from Union Minister of State for Education Annapurna Devi.