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INTERNET SAFETY

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Kirk Stewart

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Transcript of INTERNET SAFETY

INTERNET SAFETY
Alicia's Cautionary Tale
http://northshoredad.typepad.com/files/alicias-cautionary-tale---oprah.pdf

INTERNET SAFETY - Never...
Tips for kids

NEVER give out any personal information such as your address, telephone number, parents' place of work or their phone number, or the name and location of your school
NEVER agree to get together with someone you 'meet' online without first checking with your parents
NEVER send anyone your picture - Don't accept any pictures either
NEVER respond to any messages that make you feel uncomfortable
NEVER lose your common sense while online - Remember, you are talking to a stranger. The people you are talking to may not be who they say they are
NEVER send an insulting or rude message to anyone online.
Use a 'code name'
Report any harassment or inappropriate messages to your online service and to the Police
Set your browser to say NO to 'cookies’

INTERNET SAFETY
Tips for parents

Learn about what your child is doing on the Internet - Know what Web Sites they are visiting, know what type of chat rooms, e-mail, and messages your child is involved in online
Find out about Filtering Software that is available to block out objectionable material
Set reasonable guidelines for computer use by your children - monitor the amount of time spent on the computer and when
Keep computer usage as a family activity by putting the computer in a family room rather than in the child's bedroom
Ensure your child does not give out personal information. Have them use a 'code name'
Be wary of any offers that involve your child going to a meeting or having someone visit your home - Remember that people may not be who they seem
Create a password for your computer that is hard to guess but easy to remember and change it often
Monitor your credit card bills

TALKING TO OUR CHILDREN
VERY IMPORTANT!
Be open
Honest
Just like any other important topic...be aware and do not ignore the problem.

Online Victimization – CBC Hunting the Predators
- Kirk Stewart (CYW 377 - When Cyber use goes too far)
Cybertips.ca
National Site for Reporting On-line Child Exploitation


SAFETY SITE
Go to one or more of the following sites
National Child Exploitation Coordination Centre
Canadian Coalition Against Internet Child Exploitation
International Association of Hotline Providers
Mandatory Reporting in Alberta
Cleanfeed Canada
Kids in the Know
The Door that’s Not Locked
Mobile Safety
TextED.ca
On one of the sites you visited, be ready to discuss;
Purpose of the Site
Overview of Information on the Site – what does it offer and to who
Your Opinion of the Service
A Link to the Page

INCLASS ACTIVITY
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