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Cleaning Up Your Digital Footprint
Transcript of Cleaning Up Your Digital Footprint
Tips for Teens
Username and password
The Internet has a great memory
Avoid friend requests from strangers
Think of who your audience is
Keep your personal information secure
Presented By: Julie Fielding, Social Media Coordinator at EBI
Tips to Protect Your Teens
Cleaning Up Your Digital Dirt
Set up alerts
Update your friends
Adjust privacy settings
Bury the bad!
Does this represent me?
Does it reveal TOO much?
Do I feel comfortable?
Start a conversation
Teach your teen
Get social yourself
Be in control
Set an example
"highly tech-savvy children ages 8 to 18, whose lives are immersed in electronic media."
The average teen sends 3,400 texts a month; more than 100 a day!
Generation M2 spend close to 8 hours daily in front of electronic screens
Privacy Setting & Tools
Minors & Privacy
Family Safety Center
Are yours set?!
Just an FYI...
What is social media?
The effects of social media
Cleaning up your digital dirt
Tips to takeaway
Where Teens Spend Their Time...
Think before you post
Be aware of the large audience
Negatively effect your future
"You are what you...post!"
Cultural & political awareness
Development of social skills
Development of social
skills and social well-being
Exposure to content
Cyber-bullying & stalking
Teens are sharing more
1 in 6 online teens say they have been contacted online by someone they didn't know in a way that made them feel scared or uncomfortable
1 in 3 online teens say they have received online advertising that was inappropriate for their age
"a person born or brought up during the age of digital technology and therefore familiar with computers and the Internet from an early age."
15 years old Glenburn, Maine
20 years old Orono, Maine