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Internet Safety - 11/12

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Tina Evans

on 9 March 2011

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Transcript of Internet Safety - 11/12

Private Identity Information Are you ".Net" Smart? Full Name Address Social Security Number Date of Birth Mother's Maiden Name School Name Email Address Phone number Credit Card Numbers Secured Sites How can you tell if a site is secured? Online Safety - Stats 61% of teens have a social networking webpage
(Facebook, Myspace, Friendster, or Xanga)
71% reported receiving messages online from someone they don’t know
45% have been asked for personal information by someone they don’t know
30% have considered meeting someone they’ve only talked to online
14% have actually met a person face-to-face
40% reported that they would chat with a person who IM’d them 82% of profile creators have included their first name in their profiles
79% have included photos of themselves
66% have included photos of their friends
61% have included the name of their city or town
49% have included the name of their school
40% have included their instant message screen name Putting it out there Be Personally and Financially Safe Legal Point of View Finanacial Safety Personal Safety Https://
Padlock in one of the corners of the browser
Address bar changes colors in some browsers REVIEW- POLLEVERYWHERE

If you have unlimited text messaging and would like to participate in this review, take out your cell phones now ---

QUIETLY:) Identity Theft Why does this matter? Who does it effect? How hard is it to clean up? credit freeze proving you didn't do it... Credit Score In the United States, a credit score is a number based on a statistical analysis of a person's credit files, that in theory represents the creditworthiness of that person, which is the likelihood that people will pay their bills. A credit score is primarily based on credit report information, typically from one of the three major credit bureaus: Experian, TransUnion, and Equifax. Income is not considered by the major credit bureaus when calculating a credit score. You are guilty until you can prove you're innocent!
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