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Erin Freeman

on 16 October 2012

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Transcript of E-Safety

E-Safety A simple guide to staying safe on the internet. Mobiles Cyberbullying Camera Phones Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: Bluetooth By using devices such as mobiles and computers that are connected to the internet, cyberbullying can affect anyone, anywhere.
Usually the cyberbully will block their number so they cannot be identified easily. If you receive any unwanted or abusive texts be sure to tell a responsible adult or contact your service provider. If you are a victim there are 3 easy steps to follow: Save all the messages. Messages can be used as proof and can help stop the bully and prevent them from harming others. Tell an adult An adult can talk to you about what happened and help you stop the bully. Contact your service provider Your service provider-such as orange, talktalk, O2- can track the number and find out exactly who the bully is and STOP them. Make sure you know how to block the bully or delete them from your contacts so they cannot talk to you. Camera phones can be a good thing but remember once a picture is out there you can never get it back. Imagine this: One girl sends a picture to 3 of her friends. Belle Bellinda Bella Brad Brandon Bert Bill Bob Bandi Billy Brenda Brendon Then they send it to 3 of their friends. Then this process carries on and on and on. Soon over a million people could have seen the picture. Remember that any video you upload to the net could potentially be there forever. Which therefore means that anyone to see it, your parents, teachers, your next door neighbour, and that weirdo on the train you've never met before. Also remember that if you post films with you or your friends in them, you are allowing people to potentially find out information that you wouldn’t normally share. Think about whether your clip identifies you, your school, and the place you live or puts your friends at risk before you post it. UPLOADING VIDEOS Use a nickname or your initials instead of your name – you don’t want just anyone knowing who you are. Consider changing your photo to a funky sketch or a picture of your favourite celebrity, that way strangers won’t have access to a picture of you. It’s not such a good idea to post where you’re going on your profile or where you live. Think through if you’d want everyone who can see the post to arrive at any time! Be careful what information you give out on your profile. Remember that you don’t know who your friend’s friends may be. And you don’t know what they’ll do with your picture or your phone number if you give it out by mistake. Once your picture is out there, it’s out there forever and you won’t be able to get it back. Be aware that information on your profile could potentially be viewed by anyone. So if you wouldn’t be giving it out to strangers on the street then maybe it shouldn’t be on your profile. SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES Think about who you want to talk to and how many of your personal thoughts you want everyone to view. You may think it is a good idea to share what you got up to last night, or where you're going after school but remember that the information you post could be public forever. It's tempting to share loads cool stuff about you on your profile ,especially as you’re often typing from the comfort and safety of your own home. But remember, the internet is a public space. If you wouldn't be happy with your parents, teachers and strangers viewing it, then DON'T post it. Bluetoothing is a fast and simple way of sharing stuff like photos, files and music. It’s important to be aware that unless you lock your Bluetooth, or turn it off anyone in the area can access your information, like your email address or your contacts. If you wouldn't want the whole world knowing all your private details then LOCK your bluetooth. If it's possible think about changing your password (If you have one) from 0000 to something you'd remember - like the year you were born. GAMING Online games where you can chat and play with people you don’t know can be great fun - but there are risks too. Everyone wants to win so it's easy to get involved in a game a bit too much and soon become addicted. That's why you should have breaks every so often. Keep realistic and remember that no one will die in real life if you don’t win and that there are many other things you can have fun with playing offline. Unfortunately there are many adults with bad intentions and know that loads of young people use gaming sites, so sometimes they pretend to be young people too. Always keep in mind when you are playing, that people are not always who they say they are. In this video it shows the consequences of cyberbullying. That way it can help STOP your phone from getting viruses or spam. Chatrooms and IM Chatrooms are a way of keeping in touch with people, which can be brilliant- but there are some bad concepts. Be aware that people lie about who they are, so only talk to people you know and trust. NEVER give out personal information to anyone you don't actually know. Make sure you know how to block Instant messaging contacts, and where you can report abuse. If the site you are using doesn't have an area where you can report abuse, then it isn't a child- friendly site and you shouldn't be using it. Hopefully this Prezi has helped you understand the importance of being safe online, and how to stay safe. Thank You for watching! BFF: I will C U L8R

ME: KK bbs

GR8!! xx
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