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Cyber Dangers

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Rafaela Oliveira

on 2 March 2013

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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli Cyber Dangers A World of Communication! Mobiles Dangers Only give my mobile number to people I already know and trust

Always tell someone when I'm meeting a person I have only been in touch with online

Respect my friends’ privacy and don’t give out their numbers without their permission

Never reply to text messages from people I don’t know.

Get my friends’ permission before taking pictures of them Chat Dangers You're on a chat room, talking with people you don't know and you give your personal information.
That can be VERY dangerous! Email Dangers If you receive messages from strange people saying "I love you", "Congratulations, you have won", "Read this immediately", "Forward this to 10 other people or something really bad will happen to you"... Social Networks
Dangers Nowadays, teenagers show everything of their lives on the internet. What's the meaning of "Cyber Dangers"? When someone is tormented, threatened, harassed, humiliated,
embarrassed and otherwise targeted by another person using the internet, interactive and digital technologies or mobile phone. First of all… With increased technologywe are experiencing moreand more of this everyday. With increased technology we are experiencing more and more of this everyday. First, you exchange mobile numbers online.
Then, you arrange to meet the other person by texting and phoning on your mobiles.
Finally, you are attacked by "your love". What should I do? You can't be sure where your personal information will end up, what it will be used for and who may contact you. Don't be too specific about who you are and where you are! You DON'T know who is on the other side! They can be dangerous places!
Chatrooms are the best places to pedophiles, because they have a lot of innocent children. A chat can be an appropriate place to commit some crimes, like thefts and fraud.
People can use a fake identity! They are ‘spam’. It is a real pain in the neck. It may contain a virus, try to trick us out of money, or try and threaten us to do something we don’t want to do. Viruses can delete your files and destroy your computer. They can effectively take over your computer, and both of these travel in email, via attachments or links. We should keep our personal information out of Social Networks, because it's the easiest way to share everything to everyone. Remember: When you post, anyone can see!
Think before you post! Bibliography: www.wikipedia.org
"Links" English Book Rafaela e Joana
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