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Web Safety

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Ana Sanchez

on 3 October 2016

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Transcript of Web Safety

Web Safety
On the internet you can...
1.Play games.
2. Social networking. {Facebook, Instagram.}
3. Watch videos.
4. Listen to music.
5. Blogging.
6. Research information.

And more!

What is personal information?
1. Your full name.
2. Passwords.
3. Cell phone number.
4. Your school.

Meeting up is dangerous.
Not everyone is who they say they are online. Be careful who you tell personal information to.
Accepting emails can be dangerous.
Be careful when clicking on advertisements not all sites are giving out free iPod's, iPads, etc.
Not everything on the internet is true. Be careful where you get your information at.
Tell someone!
If someone is making you feel uncomfortable online, tell someone and they will help you do something.
Congratulations! You are the one millionth visitor. You have won a free iPad! Click here to claim your prize.
A example of spam:
This is how you might be feeling if someone you don't know online that hurts you feelings and you can tell an adult or someone older than you that can take care of the situation.
Some emails are just spam so you can ignore those and delete them.
You can meet new people via Facebook and Twitter but don't meet up with them, it can be dangerous.
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