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While previous research identifies skepticism and some animosity among students towards school-based cyber-safety programs, drawing from focus group discussions with Canadian teens, this paper contributes to unpacking reasons for both support for 'what works' and antagonism for what is perceived to be lacking. Our findings reveal support for repeated messages, including those eliciting fear, especially for younger students. Criticisms most often centred on the questionable relatability of thedoi:10.11575/prism/36143 fatcat:thqw2x5qjfg2tklecrxcphduby