The launch in Niue of a pilot progamme to raise awareness about cyber crime has targeted the island's school students.
Australian Federal Police were involved in the introduction of Cyber Safety Pacifica, a programme that it's hoped will eventually be spread throughout the Pacific.
The Chief of Niue Police, Mark Chenery, says the islanders are big internet users and young people need to be made aware of the pitfalls.
"Once you put something out on the internet it is very difficult to get it back. The internet is now a truly global community. So somewhere like Niue, that is very small and in a very large ocean, but once you are on the internet you are part of the global community. And that's the sort of the big focus we're trying to get across."
Among other things students were reminded to keep their computer security up to date and were given advice on how to use social networking sites safely.