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General e-safety advice for students at Bournemouth & Poole College

Chris Frost

on 5 May 2010

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Virus/Malware Password Identity Theft Copyright Sending or sharing inappropriate
images via mobile phones or online. A request for personal details and passwords
from a fake bank or other website. Bullying using different forms of technology including mobile phones and chat rooms.
Software that is designed to damage your computer.
Unwanted emails or texts that may or
may not have unpleasant content.
Something you should keep to yourself and never reveal to anyone else.
A symbol/words that appears in the address bar
when it is safe to enter personal details.
Websites that allow you to connect, communicate and
share with other people.
Where someone pretends to be you, and opens credit card and bank accounts and uses your email etc.
Typically involves paedophiles befriending young people in internet chatrooms, often pretending to be of the same age, or with similar interests. Something you can use to block emails or unpleasant content on a computer.
A way of protecting ownership of
books, films and music etc.
How to protect yourself online Internet Email Facebook Chat rooms Use a good, strong password and keep it to yourself. A strong password is a mix of numbers and letters in both upper and lower case. Never give your password to anyone else as it could be used to steal your information. Not even your friends Think about who might see information or photos on Social Networking sites Think about what personal information you are sharing on the net. Have you got up- to-date virus protection software? Stop and think before you open emails, links or attachments from someone you don’t know, or a strange email supposedly from someone you do know Use filters to stop spam and unwanted emails. Remember that just copying and pasting from the internet can be plagiarism (stealing ideas) Don’t believe everything you read on the internet. Sending of abusive or emails messages or texts is cyberbullying Choose a screen name carefully Use chat rooms that have moderators Report inappropriate behaviour Check for signs that the Web site protects sensitive data: look for “https” in the Web address and for a yellow padlock or an unbroken key in the lower-right corner Choose your friends wisely. Only add people who you really do know. Create Friends list - put people you know into different groups e.g. Family, close friends, etc. This will make it easier to keep some items more private. Check who can find you using Search (and Google) Stop Sharing Personal Info with Unknown Applications E-safety Understand the potential consequences of not following e-safety principles and practices Be aware of how to use communications technology in a safe way Understand the terminology used within e- safety Satisfactorily complete an e-safety quiz to check your knowledge Aims of session You are on Facebook. Someone has posted some photos of you drunk at a party doing something you would not want your parents to see. Who can access these photos? Depending on your settings it could be anyone - future employers and your parents! You have been getting nasty emails and/ or texts. Is this called Cyberbullying?
Yes! You get a new laptop and immediately connect to the internet without checking if there is active anti virus software. What are the dangers? Viruses / Malware
Hacking Your friend has emailed you a copy of the latest blockbuster movie. You know it is illegal. Could you be prosecuted for just downloading it? Questions Yes! What are the dangers of opening an email from someone you don’t know? 1. It tells them that yours is a real email address
2.  It can allow a virus to attack your computer
3.  It can have upsetting or unpleasant content
You make a ‘friend’ online and they want to meet you in person. What are the possible dangers? 1. They may not be who they say they are
2.  They may be grooming you to take part in risky or illegal things like pornography.
3.  If you go alone you could be very vulnerable
Any questions? E-safety Definitions of terms Phishing Social Networking Sexting Cyberbullying Grooming Padlock/https Filters Spam
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