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Private vs. Personal Information

Common Sense Lesson
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Jackson Elementary

on 10 March 2013

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Private & Personal Information What are some examples of websites where you must register in order to participate? What information is required and why do you think it is required? How can you protect yourself from online identity theft? What is identity theft? Identity theft is a form of stealing someone's identity in which someone pretends to be someone else by assuming that person's identity, typically in order to access resources or obtain credit and other benefits in that person's name. What types of information do you think are okay to share publicly online,on a profile that others will see, for instance? Interests and favorite activities Opinions about a movie First or last name Social networking sites

Video-sharing sites

Youth discussion sites

Ask-an-expert sites

Game sites http://www.neopets.com/login/index.phtml
http://www.nick.com
http://www.bookadventure.com/registration.aspx
What information is optional, and why do you think it is optional? Why do you think websites ask for this kind of information? Private vs. Personal Why would someone want to steal
someone else’s identity on the
Internet?
To steal money

To do something bad or mean

To hide their real identity What kinds of private information could an identity thief use to find out and steal your identity? *first and last name
*postal address
*email address
*phone numbers
*passwords
*credit card numbers
*Social Security number
*mother’s maiden name. What kinds of personal information could you share about yourself without showing your identity? *your age
*gender
*how many brothers and sisters you have
*your favorite band
*your favorite food
*what pets you have
*the name of your pet
*your opinion about an important issue. What would be a good rule for kids about giving out private information online? You should not share it online without the permission of a teacher, parent, or guardian. REMEMBER:
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