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Transcript of Cyber Safety
What do you like to do online?
Write down a few activities.
online behavior intended to disturb or upset
Pretending to be someone else
Sharing someone’s secrets or embarrassing information or images online.
Talking to someone into revealing secrets
Repeated, intense harassment that includes threats or creates significant fear.
Avoid exchanging emails or text with people you don’t know.
Always keep your profiles private.
If ever you feel someone is impersonating you online, tell and adult immediately
Think before you post. Once it goes online, it can never be erased.
Respect others online.
Avoid meeting online friends in person.
What do we need to know?
What are the consequences for the victims of Cyberbullying?
Academics are lowered
Charges may be filed
School Violence or Suicide
If someone makes you feel uncomfortable or if someone is rude or offensive, DO NOT respond.
Save the evidence, tell a parent, guardian, or another trusted adult and report to the website, cell phone company, CyberTipline.com, or the police.
Think Pair Share
If you wouldn't say it in person....
What are things you see on social media that you know shouldn't have been posted?
How would you advise a friend on not posting something that they might regret later?
Internet Ethics / Copyright
Copyright is a form of protection provided by laws of the United States for original works of authorship that are fixed in a tangible medium of expression.
This includes literary works; musical works (including accompanying words); dramatic works (including accompanying music); pantomimes and choreographic works; motion pictures and other audiovisual works; pictorial, graphic, and sculptural works; sound recordings; and architectural works.
Avoid hurting someone’s feelings with e-mail.
Respect other people’s online rights.
Avoid insulting someone unless you want to start a flame war.
If someone insults you, be calm.
Respect the privacy of other people.
Be responsible online.
Help other people learn more about the Net.
It is not okay to insult..
Share with your partner your notes.
Create a brochure that will encourage others to be safe online.
Include 4 key points of each section:
Internet Ethics & Copyright