The Delhi High Court in collaboration with the Delhi Police has launched a set of interactive videos to educate children on cyber bullying and to help protect their privacy..The Court on Thursday also organised an awareness workshop on online child sexual exploitation and abuse.The Supreme Court's Justice PS Narasimha delivered the presidential address. He said that technology has entered the life of children in an insidious way, and therefore, it is important to teach children how to deal with it.He said that in recent times, there has been a significant shift in the judiciary's approach and instead of merely declaring the law, courts have taken a proactive role.“We (judiciary) are the biggest stakeholders and we see how crime is committed and case after case we see it is not being implemented. The laws are clearly laid down and when we take an extra step and seek to implement the laws. I think the purpose and object of enactment will be accomplished. In this proactive step, you move out in the corridors of the court and seek to implement it and for implementation, you need the help and assistance of others," he said..Justice Mukta Gupta, who is the head of the Delhi High Court's Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Committee, said that the idea behind the workshop and the interactive videos is to protect the children against anything that can take away their “optimism and innocence”.Delhi High Court Chief Justice Satish Chandra Sharma highlighted that there has been a significant increase in sexual crimes against children in the past few years, and that it is necessary that children are taught to be cautious of strangers.“The world our children have inherited is more and more scary. The statistics are a haunting reminder to make the online world a safe place for children...Only your parents are your well-wishers in this cruel world. Don't trust anyone till you're grown up. Even when you grow up, parents are your best friends. Please trust them and listen to them. It is a cruel world," the Chief Justice said..Meanwhile, Justice Siddharth Mridul said that today, when children are in an era where the internet is easily accessible, people need to understand that our children can, at times, be easy prey.“With the widespread use of digital devices our children are exposed to risks which were unimaginable just a few years ago. This deeply troubling trend presents a danger and necessitates a multi-faceted approach. It requires active participation of parents, investigating agencies and the entire civil society,” he said..The workshop was attended by over 1,200 children from schools across the city, all the High Court judges and Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora..The interactive videos can be watched here.