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Internet Safety

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Gene Guzman

on 23 September 2014

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Transcript of Internet Safety

A social network is a website that is dedicated to letting people communicate with others through pictures, comments, information, etc. Two social networking sites are Instagram and Facebook. You should make sure that you know the person before adding them. People and strangers can find out personal stuff about you from the things you post. For example; posting a picture of yourself after PE in a school shirt will show them where you go to school. To keep others from looking at your information you can turn your account to private. You should not post anything bad or personal online. If someone is making you feel uncomfortable you should tell a parent.
If you are being cyber bullied, one thing you should do is save the evidence so you can show someone proof if they ask for it. Personaly I would tell a parent or a guardian. If it gets way out of hand, you should report the person that is cyber bullying to law enforcement or your ISP school. Those are only a couple ways to prevent cyber bullying. Another way to prevent cyber bullying is to not respond to any rude or mean comments. If they think you are not listening to their mean comments, they might stop. Remember, most people cyber bully to get attention or feel better about themself. If they think nobody is paying attention to the rude comments,they will stop. You should also tell a parent or guardian. Lastly, don't give out private info that you can only share with your parents. That can lead to cyber bullying.
Becarful what you post online anyone can
see it if your account is not on private. Don't share your password with anyone. You don't know what anyone can do to your account the only people you can trust is your parents. No matter who you think you are talking to online behind that other computer they might want to hurt you. Make sure you use common sense while online. Never meet with another person from online in person.
Internet Safety
By: Daniel E. and Gene G.
10 Ways To Stay Safe

Dont chat with strangers online
If you are chatting online with people you don't know, try not to get to involved in the conversation. You should try to avoid chat rooms with strangers in it.If someone online makes you feel uncomfortable in a chat room, you should leave and dont go back. If one of those strangers tell you to do something bad, definetly don't do it. Another thing a stranger can tell you is to meet in real life. This is LMIRL. If this happens, either tell a parent or ignore the person that asks you. To avoid strangers, you can also use a voice mask, so other gamers or people online don't know who you are. To reduce the risk of being targeted onlne, you should use a voice mask when you are gaming so people don't know who you are. Lastly, don't give out private info through game chat.
Don't ever say nasty or untrue things about others online and offline. Especially on social media where anyone can see. These messages stay in the archives and you could be charged with libel. Don't get involved in a flame war. A flame war is where you and another person are repeatedly provoking each other with emails and other communicating things. You should not say anything online that you wouldn't say face to face.
Cyberbullying is making mean or rude comments to someone to make them feel bad through the internet such as email or text. It is not nice to bully others. In fact, 15-20% of students 6-8Th have said that they have been bullied before. Some U.S students say they get bullied regularly. One type of cyberbullying is a flame war. This is a heated or out of control argument online. For example, say I call you a name, then you call me a name right back.This could go on and on.That would be a flame war. On the other hand an impersonation is when someone steals personal information about you online. An example of this is when someone steals your email address and they use it to send mean emails to people.They will think you are cyberbullying. Nobody should cyberbully. It is wrong.
The definition of netiquette is the correct way of talking or chatting online. Don't use capital letters all in one word because that is considered shouting. Don't respond to rude or threatening messages. If you feel uncomfortable in a conversation you should leave. An emoticon is a face expression but in text. You would use them to express your emotion :-). To protect your identify you should have a protection program like lifelock and have your account on private.
When you are creating any account online, try not to use your real name. other things you probably shouldn't show for your own saftey are how old you are where you live, your phone number,etc. Personaly I wouldn't give out much information. Stuff that is okay are nice things and appropriate pictures. For nobody that doesn't know you to see private info, you should think of a screen name or account name that doesn't really relate to you. A goob example is Bghk10e. A bad example is bill edwards Rancho. Never ever share any personal account details with your friends or people you think you trust. The only people that you can discuss private info for online is your parents or your gaurdian.
Use an anti-virus software
Use a password that other people cant identify
Don't post any personal info online
Don't meet with people offline
Tell a trusted adult if someone online is making you feel uncomfortable
Don't befriend people you don't know
Never give out any of your passwords
Don't respond to mean or rude comments
Respect other peoples views online
Don't open an Email from unknown sources
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