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Your Life Online - Becoming a Better Digital Citizen
Transcript of Your Life Online - Becoming a Better Digital Citizen
Becoming a Better
How do my choices
reflect who I want to be?
What do I wish I had done differently?
On Archive.org you can type in a URL and choose a date and see just what was posted on that site back in time.
That means nothing posted online really goes away…...
Is it kind?
Is it honest?
Is it Wise?
Protect your family and friends:
Ask permission before you post!
Treat others as THEY want to be treated.
With Great Power
Comes Great Responsibility
Remember the "Mom" Rule
Would you want your mom to see what you just posted?
Or the "News" rule
Anything you say in email or online could become
a headline in the local newspaper…
When things go south...
Only say online what you would face to face.
don't always communicate
the emotions and meanings
Set your privacy settings and check them frequently
Also remember that sites that encourage anonymity tend to also encourage bad behavior
3. What personal information should you avoid posting?
Are you sure you know who is seeing what you post online?
Bullying is Bullying
No matter how you do it
Be Part of the Solution
Don't be a bystander
1. What does it mean to "treat others as THEY want to be treated?"
1. What is the required age to sign up for Gmail, Facebook, Ask.fm, Instagram, and other sites that collect and share your personal information?
2. If you sign up for a site that connects you to others,
how can you protect your information?
Photos and Comments you don't
want the whole world to see.
1. What is your experience with trying to settle problems online vs. face to face?
2. What should you do before you send
a message in anger?
3. What should you do if you receive
a message or view a post that
The Service will disclose your information where required to do so by law if we reasonably believe that such action is necessary to:
comply with the law and the reasonable requests of law enforcement
exercise or protect the rights, property, or personal safety our Users or others
You must be at least 13 years old to use the Service.
You are responsible for keeping your password secret and secure.
You must not defame, stalk, bully, abuse, harass, threaten, impersonate or intimidate people via the Service
Did I make good choices?
How did my choices
affect myself and others?
Would I do it again
the same way?
'By submitting content through the ask.fm service, you grant ask.fm a worldwide, non-exclusive, royalty-free license to use, copy, reproduce, process, adapt, modify, publish, transmit, display and distribute such content in any and all media or distribution methods.
When using the Services, you must not post or send anything which:
Is mean, is bullying someone or is intended to harass, scare or upset anyone;
Is deliberately designed to provoke or antagonize people, especially trolling;
Uses rude words or is intended to upset or embarrass anyone...
and the list goes on...
Definition of CyberBullying:
The use of online communications
or Embarass Another
How do my
How do my choices
affect myself and
"Every single case of sexting gone wrong that I personally dealt with last year, bar about two, involved SnapChat, because of course the images don't delete - they are stored within the device and the app and are easily retrieved."
2. Why is it important to re-read messages before you press "Send", or think twice before you post something?
3. Do you think it's true that anything you text or email, no matter how private you think it is, can eventually be shared publicly?