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Transcript of Technology Etiquette
2. Online Etiquette
3. Cell Phone Etiquette At school Rules Technology Etiquette A Seminar Security and Privacy Bullying Password Security Tips for a Secure Password 1. Include uppercase and lowercase letters 2. Use a sentence as a password 3. Unique password per site 4. Change your password regularly *******| Virus Protection Tips to Protect your Computer 1. Use an anti-virus program 2. Use a personal firewall 3. Get the latest security updates Privacy Settings To Share or not to Share? http://howsecureismypassword.net/ Facebook What you believe may be harmless can actually be the contrary Identity theft can occur with minimal information Being anonymous makes you feel invincible
-it is much easier to say mean things to people while hiding behind a screen
-very often things will be said through a computer or cell phone that would not be said face to face, but it hurts all the same
-though it is possible to send an anonymous message, it does not mean that this feature has to be taken advantage of Be careful when sending ANY message -We are constantly told to think before we speak, this applies even more when sending messages through technology
-though the tone of a message may be obvious to the sender, it may be unclear to the receiver
-try to add something as simple as a smiley face, to make the message more clear
-review your message and put yourself in the place of the receiver; imagine what tone you would imply if you were receiving that message Make sure wall posts and statuses are exclusive only to friends Protect yourself, but be forgiving:
-this applies to all areas of life, not just through technology
-if someone says something that you feel may be offensive, tell them right away or ask them to clarify Control the privacy settings of your profile Be careful with what you say. Once a message is sent, there is no taking it back. General Etiquette 1. Be respectful of elders and authorities.
2. Be aware of your actions
3. Think. Do you want people to be rude to you? Online Etiquette -Remember: How you act online can have an effect in reality.
-Try not to write IN ALL CAPS, or short forms lik dis. rmber dat ppl at da other end can't c ur expression and tone of voice.
-There are rules and boundaries even on the web
-Respect people's social privacy. Tips for Chat rooms How to keep safe 1. Remember what you say is live, you can't delete or rewrite what you said 2. Don't reveal your full name, address or personal information 3. Don't meet someone from a chat room in person 4. Don't reveal your current location or where you will be going 5. Choose a nickname that is not sexually suggestive 6. If someone does something disturbing, block them 7. If the topic turns to sex, log out Privacy Etiquette What not to do Do not ask your friends for their password Do not try and hack into someone's Facebook account Do not be the person who clicks on the link on Facebook and gets a virus Do not send your friends invitations to games Cellphone Etiquette 1. There are times to use your cell phones and not use your cell phones.
2. Always try not to hang up mid-call, unless absolutely necessary.
3. Unless certain that they are from your friends, always answer in a formal, respective way.
4. Do not disturb others while on the call. Try to keep your calls private and quiet.
5. Its true that telemarketers are annoying, but they are humans after all! They have feelings too. Content
Viewing AT SCHOOL COMPUTER USE &
On a global network such as the Internet it is impossible to effectively control the content of the information. On occasion, users of online systems may encounter material that is controversial and which other users, parents or staff might consider inappropriate or offensive (found in the TDSB Online Code of Conduct). Racially, culturally or religiously offensive
Contains personal information , images, or signatures of individuals without their prior informed consent
Content of: defamatory, abusive, obscene, profane, pornographic or sexually explicit nature CAN NOT VIEW CONTENT SUCH AS: At Home Use Age confirmations
"Check the box to agree"
Parental block but rebels don't pay attention so...w/e RULES FOR A REBEL When your looking at something you are not suppose to at school:
Monitored at all time
Un-clearable browser history
Punishments can range from minor-major To See Or Not To See Discussion Question #1 Do you think that high school students are too careless with their information?
Why or Why Not? Discussion Question #2 Do you believe that high school students know the risk of using a chat room? Discussion Questions #3 Do you agree with employers checking Facebook before hiring?