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Internet Safety by Chris Crawford

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Transcript of Internet Safety by Chris Crawford

How to Be Safe on
The Internet!

by Chris Crawford
Grade 7

Rule #2: Don't go on certain websites

If you go on certain websites, they may be infected with a virus that can hurt your computer. To protect yourself from websites with viruses, avoid these kinds of websites or use the Google© Chrome web browser to detect if a website has a virus.
How can you stay safe on the internet? Follow these rules and you'll be safe when using the internet!

Rule #1: Don't download suspicious files

"Oh look, a cool video game to download!" NO! Check your downloads with a file scanning software and look for viruses and don't download files from certain sites.
Rule #3: Only talk to people you know online

There are many social network sites like Facebook, Twitter and other sites, but these can be unsafe, too. Only friend people you know when on these sites and talk to only your friends or else you could be talking to a child molester or a rapist. So be careful!
That's right. People on the internet can either be your friends that you actually know, or people who act like friends just to get your personal info and come to your house to do bad things to you.
Rule # 10: Ask your parents before using your computer

If you are a younger child and you want to learn to use the internet, remember, if you want to use the internet, be sure to ask your parents before using or participating in something online in order to stay safe online.
The internet is a place full of useful things like information and email, but it can be dangerous, too. Such as people trying to steal personal info like your email, or your address!
Wait what?!
Friends:
Random Man:
BOBO
the Whale
Credits
Created by: Chris Crawford
Images: Google© Images
Rules by: Chris Crawford

A comix615 Production

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Rule #4: Stay away from online chatrooms

On these chatrooms you can do things like roleplay, talk about different topics, and other stuff, but you must avoid certain chatrooms because people will be waiting for you to log on and start talking.
Rule #5: Do not give your email to people you don't know

Email is a fun way to share pictures, chat with friends and do other fun things, but you must be careful when sharing your email with others you don't know in person.
Child online
Online predator
Rule #6: Do not participate in online giveaways/gambling

These online giveaways may seem promising, but really these are only used to get things like your credit card info, email, and possibly your address. So if you see ads for these giveaways, don't be fooled.
Rule #7: Use anti-virus software on your computer

Be sure to use anti virus software like McAfee©, Norton© or any other anti virus software. By doing this, you can protect yourself from viruses like spy ware or malware. Using this sometimes free anti virus software will keep your computer safe from viruses.
That's a nice email address you
got there!
sup bro.
Rule #8: Do not give out your
passwords

If you give away your passwords to people, they have access to your information on your email or a website profile and they could change things on these sites and post innapropriate material on your profiles.
Rule #9: Do not give out your address online

On different websites with different surveys that you complete for "free prizes" may ask for your address. Well most of the time, these are scams to get your address/email address to send you spam mail and ads for products.
And those are the different ways to stay safe
and to protect yourself on the internet! I hope you enjoyed!
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