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Internet Safety

By: Sabrina, Kylie, and Travis
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Kylie Magnis

on 16 November 2012

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Internet Safety By:
Sabrina, Travis and Kylie 15 Quick Steps This information is a quick guide to how to use the internet safely and responsibly. Step #1
When using the internet, never reveal any personal information like personal emails, addresses, phone numbers, personal photos, or your name. The only time it would be okay is if a parent/ guardian says you can do it. That information could
be used against you to harm you and put you in danger.

Step #2
Always make sure to not click on
ads, or the yes buttons on pop up ads on the computer. They can lead to bugs or computer viruses that can crash your computer. They can also ask for personal information. Step #3
If you see something weird, strange, or inapropriate on the internet, tell a parent. Even if it turns out to be nothing bad, it is always safer to check. http://www.commonsensemedia.org/advice-for-parents/

http://www.atg.wa.gov/InternetSafety/Teens.aspx#expose

http://teens.webmd.com/features/teen-internet-safety-tips

http://askatechteacher.wordpress.com/2012/03/01/29-steps-to-internet-safety-for-kids/

http://teens.webmd.com/features/teen-internet-safety-tips?page=2 Step #4
Keep your passwords to yourself and your parents. Your passwords protect a lot of information, and you don't want other people get access to your private information. Step #6
When joining a social media website, read the terms and conditions. Make sure that they do not say that you are agreeing to let them use your personal information any way they want. Step #7
Before you join a social media site ask your parents and add them as your friend, so they can help you stay safe. Step #8 Step# 10 Not everything you read online is true. Anyone can post information online, so you can't always trust it to be correct. Even some newspapers copy information from wikipedia! However, some information is true, so you have to find the trustworthy websites. Step #9
Do not use the internet to make a new identity, or go by another name. It isn't a very good thing to do, especially if you are stealing somebody's identity. It could end up getting you in a lot of trouble. When searching for information online. Try to stick with websites ending with .org, .gov, or .edu Step #11
Don't allow your friend to post your personal information online without your permission. Even though they're your friend, they can't post your information without you knowing. If you are trying to download something off of the internet, look at the website and make sure that you are downloading the media legally and in a safe way, so that you and your computer don't get harmed in any way. Step #12
Avoid meeting people that you met online in person. You don't know who they really are, so don't take any chances. If you do meet someone that you met online in person, bring your parents with you and meet in a public place with LOTS of people around to stay safe. Bibliography Step #14 Don't do anything that you would regret later on the internet. The internet stores every website you go to, every email you send, and every comment you write somewhere. As many times as you clear your history, your history isn't going away. Step #15
Don't cyberbully people. Even though they might not know who you are, it still isn't right to make people feel bad about themselves. Remember, never say anything online to someone that you wouldn't say to that person's face. Always follow the gold Last of all, remember the 15 steps we just told you, and you won't have any problems online. Step #5
Don't add people as your friend on social media websites if you don't know them. You never know who is behind their username. They could lie about their age, name, and any of their other information and take advantage of you. Step #13
Be careful when giving your information to websites and read their privacy policy. They say how they use your information in it. Sometimes websites will sell your information, such as email and address, to other companies. That's why you sometimes get
spam mail. Thanks For Watching! The intenet is a great thing, as long
as you stay safe.
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