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Transcript of Internet Safety
lives are spent
You know there are dangers.
But do you know to protect yourself?
who are they?
they're typically male.
they're honest about being an adult.
clear about intentions.
target boys and girls.
they're attracted to certain behavior.
list of stuff about grooming...
how can you
don't meet with them.
tell an adult.
keep private info
social security numbers
Check your privacy settings.
How secure is your password?
Are your GPS settings turned off?
Are your photos viewable by everyone?
Who can see your feed?
Only post things you'd be comfortable
with your seeing.
This does include:
Your friends aren't the only
ones who at your feed.
college admissions officers
once it's out,
There is no thing
as "safe" sexting.
sending pictures via
Snapchat allows the receiver to see photos for less than ten seconds before it deletes, so it's safe to send suggestive pictures.
It's possible for someone to manually save photos on Snapchat.
Even if you trust someone,
your photo may be
shown to others, or used for blackmail.
1. the use of electronic communication to bully a person, typically by sending messages of an intimidating or threatening nature.
not to mention,
it could be illegal.
if the sender is a minor,
a minor engaged in in
could face prosecution for possessing
it's a .
it's punishable by up to
in prison and a
According to Execunet, of employers search
prospective employees on the internet.
this can include:
mean text messages or emails
posting rumors on social networks
creating hate websites
creating fake profiles
posting embarrassing photos or videos
if you or someone you know
report & block
Most social media networks make
it easy to report cyberbullying.
Harassment violates most terms and
If you know who is bullying you, block them on all networks,
and on your phone.
If you're a target of cyberbullying,
talk to someone you trust.
keep the evidence
Take screenshots of the evidence. Turn
these over to an adult who you think
If you feel that your safety (or that of
someone else) is in danger, call
the police immediately.
cyberbullying is a joke.
Over 80% of
teens use a cell
making it the
of teens online say that
they have been the target of
annoying or potentially
menacing online activities.