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Internet Safety

The many tips of how to be safe on the internet, the consequences, & what has happened by not following the rules.

Micheal Walburn

on 5 October 2012

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By: Micheal Walburn, Chloe Fosburgh, & Sevren Bird Internet Safety Tips for Internet Safety Keep the computer in a high traffic area of your home. Surf the internet with younger children to see what they like to do online. Establish rules for your children according to blogging. Have child remove private information (names, ages, addresses, phone numbers, etc.). Remind children that anything they send from their phones can easily be forwarded and shared. Report any crimes online to the owner of the site. Tell someone about anything that you see online that makes you uncomfortable or scared. People who are online may have a different identity than what they say. Consequences of the Internet You or somebody else could get in a lot of trouble if the do something wrong on the internet. Your identity could be exposed or worse, taken. There is a small chance, but still a chance that you could be arrested from something you posted. You might have to pay a large amount of money for fines, even, 1 million dollars!
(That was an Austin Powers reference!) Internet service providers can monitor all people using that website, if you do something bad on that website, your account could be closed. Real stories of Internet Crime Fourteen people have been arrested as part of an ongoing operation targeting the notorious hacking collective known as Anonymous, the U.S. Department of Justice and the FBI said on Tuesday. The individuals were arrested by FBI agents on charges related to their alleged involvement in a cyberattack on PayPal's website, which has been claimed by the Anonymous group. Five additional people were arrested in Europe and two more in the United States for alleged cybercrimes, the Justice Department said in a statement. 14 arrested in operation targeting Anonymous (from CNN.com) Twenty-six people have been arrested for possession and trading of images of child sexual assault using the Internet, the Manhattan district attorney announced Tuesday. The arrests came after a five-month investigation that utilized special technology, District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance Jr. said. "These defendants stockpiled images of the brutal rapes and sexual assaults of tens of thousands of real children," Vance said. "These victims were forced into physically and psychologically damaging sexual assaults that were recorded and disseminated online, feeding the appetites of pedophiles for more victims. 26 Acused in Child Cybercrime Crackdown Thank you for watching our presentation!!!! Micheal Chloe Sevren (From CNN.com) July 19, 2011 June 14, 2011 Sources http://www.netsmartz.org/Safety/SafetyTips http://articles.cnn.com/keyword/cybercrime http://www.fbi.gov/fun-games/kids/kids-safety You wern't supposed to see this You wern't supposed to find this
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