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Safety First!

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on 12 November 2014

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DO NOT give out your personal information such as your address, telephone number, parents’ work address/telephone number without your parents’ permission.

DO NOT give out your passwords to anyone (even your best friends) other than your parents.
Tips 1 & 2:
NEVER agree to get together with someone you “meet” online without first checking with your parents. If your parents agree to the meeting, you will be sure that it is in a public place and bring a parent along.
Tip 3:
Check with my parents before downloading or installing software or doing anything that could possibly hurt your computer or mobile device or jeopardize your family’s privacy.

Be a good online citizen and not do anything that hurts other people or is against the law.
Tip 6 & 7:
Talk with your parents about posting pictures of yourself or others online and do not post any pictures that your parents consider to be inappropriate.
Tip 4:
ONLINE SAFETY 101
Tips to Be Safe Online
Do not respond to any messages that are mean or in any way make you feel uncomfortable. It is not your fault if you get a message like that. If you do, tell my parents right away.
Tip 5:
References

- CEOP. “Jigsaw: for 8 -10 year olds.” 19, Nov, 1009. YouTube. YouTube: http:// www. youtube. com/watch?v=_o8auwnJtqE

-Safekids.com. (n/a). Digital Citizenship, Safety, & Civility. From http://www.safekids.com/kids-rules-for-online-safety/
...Time for a discussion! With your elbow partner(s), discuss about what you would do if you were the one in the following scenarios. Remember to explain your decisions. We will regroup as a class for a discussion.


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1. I'm in the middle of a chat session and someone says something really mean. Should I:

a. Say something mean back?
b. Ask them to apologize?
c. Don't respond; Tell an adult if it bothers me?

2. My parents' and I have established rules as to what I can do on the Internet when I'm home, but I'm at a friend's house. Should I go by my parents' rules or do whatever my friend does?

3. I am online and I meet someone my age in a chat room. Is it OK to give him or her my address or phone umber so we can get together?

4. I have a digital picture of myself and someone I met online wants to see it. Is it OK to send it to that person?

5. I am visiting a site of a company or organization that I’ve heard of. They want my name and phone number so I can enter a contest. Is it OK to enter?

6. I'm online and I get a message from my Internet service provider asking for my password. They say they need it to fix my account. Should I give it to them?

7. I met someone in a chat who wants to get together, they live nearby, can I arrange a meeting?

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