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Transcript of Online Literacy
By Anna Klaric, 7T
Social media can be very exciting and rewarding; providing teens, young people and adults to display their life in photographs, tweets and many different ways. Despite these facts, social media is one of the most dangerous uses of the internet, with many internet predators on the other side of the line.
Did You Know?
95% of all teens ages 12-17 are now online and 80% of those online teens are users of social media sites.
Nearly two-thirds (63%) of teens with profiles on social networks believe someone who was determined could eventually identify them from the public information on their profiles.
Nearly 54% of the participating profiles revealed details about risky sexual lifestyles, drug addictions and violent encounters with peers.
Digital literacy is simply the ability to be able to use the internet to use technology, communication or networking tools to find, judge, use or create information. The internet is a great place, giving people young and old a place to connect, share and research. However, there's always dark side...
The internet is an amazing place and a wonderful resource and can be a great and safe place for children, young people and elders. Internet safety can include things like how you interact on social media and the type of information you make public, your digital footprint and how to avoid scams.
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