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Stay Safe online!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Zara Green

on 20 October 2013

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Transcript of E-Safety

Chat rooms
Chatrooms may seem similar to texting but really they're not. Unlike texting, on chatrooms you don't really know who you're talking to unless a friend you know in real life gave you they're online name. This means that you could be talking to a 40 year old man, not some friendly kid your age. A stranger online is the same as a stranger on the street so would you tell a stranger your name, birthday or address?
Gaming is fun! People say that playing games makes them feel like they're in a different world. You can also play some online games with friends and strangers. You can also get addicted to a game and want to play it all the time. But the real world isn't like the world in your video game. People don't go around killing each other, or stealing cars.
Who to Speak To
Childline: call 0800 1111
There is no cost to call childline and it's for children and teens in the UK. It deals with anything from cyberbullying, abuse to racism.
Pros & Cons of Having a Mobile
Can talk to people no matter your location.
People who you may not want to be in possession of your number, may communicate with you through it.
With most phones you can take photos, play music and access the internet.
Hold a lot of personal information about you/others, and could be dangerous if falllen into the wrong hands.

Never give strangers, who you only know from the internet, any personal or private information about yourself.

Personal Info
Mobile phones have changed the way we communicate. They are useful in many ways from keeping in touch with family and friends, and we young people use them more and more. However they do have disadvantages .
The 3 Steps
1. Tell an adult, teacher or call a help line (see Who to Tell).

2. Call your mobile server (Vodafone, Orange, 02 etc) or CEOP (if it's coming from a chat room or social networking site) who can then block the messages and track down who's sending them.

3. Let the rest fall into place.
Confused and upset, thinking everyone hates you are some of the things you might feel. If you are ever in this case then follow the 3 steps to end the bullying.
Before technology bullying was done face to face, you knew who was bullying you. But since technology has grown so much, there are also ways for people to bully through it. This means that you could end up getting nasty messages or threats through the phone/internet and not know who sent them.
Posting and sharing photos are fun. Letting your friends see funny or interesting pictures of you could be harmless. But what if the photos got past your friends? If your crush saw an embarrassing photo of you? Or you posted a mean photo of a person you've now come friends with? None of these endings would be happy!
With social networking sites such as Facebook and Instagram, people you don't even know could be looking at your photo and so could their friends and so could an absolute stranger! So when using these networks remember to put your account on private.
Never meet up with someone you only know from the internet. They could not be who they say they are and could try to do bad things to you. If you are sure you can trust this person though, you still need to get your parents permission.
Using a nickname when on chatrooms is much safer than giving out your full name. Your name is a part of your identity. Giving out too much information online could lead to trouble so always check what you've written to make sure it doesn't give away your identity.
It's easy to confuse fiction with reality, but some of the stuff your online character may do fictionally could upset others if you do it in real life. Friends may feel neglected because you're spending all your time on a screen rather than playing with them. Your parents may be upset because you aren't behaving nicely towards them.
The internet is like a playground, so play safely.
Your age, address, phone number and email address are things people can use to harass you or track you down. People on the internet could be lying about who they are. So why let them know everything about who you are?
If the wrong person gets hold of your number they can talk to you as much as they want and you could end up being forced to do things against your will, be receiving mean messages and either way end up feeling threatened and upset. So always tell someone if there is something wrong, never ignore!
Report online abuse to CEOP:
on all social networking sites there should be a special button to click.
Speak to someone you trust,

such as a parent or carer.
Ann and her Grandma then reported her situation to CEOP. It was so easy, all they had to do was press a button on the social networking site she was on.
It turns out that it was a girl who use to go to Ann's school. She was jealous because Ann and her best friend were becoming very close. She never liked Ann and when she found Ann's account on Facebook she wanted revenge. That girl is now facing a trial as some of the messages included threats which affect Ann's personal safety. Ann is now happy and at peace. Her account is now on private so now she decides who her friends are.
1.Tell Someone You Trust
Speak to someone you trust. Ann spoke to her Grandma because her parents work late and she never really sees them. Her Grandparents looks after her when Mum and Dad aren't there. Her and her Grandma have a strong relationship.
Mean Texts
Ann has been recieving mean texts and comments on Facebook. She doesn't know who they're coming from as they are under an anonymous name. Lately she's been feeling really depressed as the messages keep on coming and she doesn't know what to do. Follow Ann's steps to stop it.
Watch this video,about a girl who's getting cyberbullied:
My File, Sucess Criteria & Plan
This is my sucess criteria which I created, a screenshot of my file which I used for this prezi as well as a picture of my plan.Please comment .
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