“Turning the world into a global village” has been the motto of this digital era. Although this digitization has served its purpose, it is still lacking in many ways. The new and un-guided people can face irreversible damages from this virtual world. Likewise, when it comes to children, the chances and risks of getting targeted increase twofold. So, what can we do to safeguard the children? This question holds great importance and puts a grand responsibility on the family especially parents to find a way out of these threats. Many associations and organizations keep trying to put up new and novel solutions. But the main concern in minimizing these dangers is that it must be child-friendly. A child’s attention must be diverted in a manner that does not offend him. In seldom cases, it may even depress him. Along with an increasing interest in the virtual and imaginary world, the psyche of the new generation is also changing. They may fall for depression if they are discouraged from doing the things they adore. Similarly, if they are left un-guided and no boundary is put in front of them, they may get trapped by antisocial activists.