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Transcript of Internet Safety
Caitlyn Kelley - Period One
This is a presentation of what I learned in class about internet safety.
Cyberbullying is when children, teenagers, or even adults (people in general) take the time to go online and make someone feel bad about themselves over a form of social media.
Here is a short video on what cyberbullying really means to others.
Did you know that 66% of kids claim they've been cyber-bullied throughout middle school and into high school?
70% of students report seeing frequent bullying online.
81% of young people think bullying online is easier to get away with than bullying in person.
Nearly 43% of kids have been bullied online. 1 in 4 has had it happen more than once.
Girls are about twice as likely as boys to be victims and perpetrators of cyber-bullying.
A hacker is a person who uses computers to gain unauthorized access to data.
A hacker is someone that illegally gains access to your private files in your computer by using viruses or other computer codes.
285 million data records were exposed in the 90 data breaches, the equivalent of 9 exposures each second. This significantly exceeds the combined 230 million exposed records in the previous 5 years of this study.
74% of data breaches were initiated by external attacks
64% of data breaches are enabled by a combination of events. Hacking, malware, SQL injection and other forms of attack may all come into play in a single data breach.
Hacking is ILLEGAL.
No matter where/who you
An avatar is an online representation of a user's alter ego or personality, usually on websites for children, or even adults.
An internet avatar can be found
on most websites; often having a
screen name or a name.
An internet browser is a program on almost all computers that displays HTML files to search, navigate, or look through the World Wide Web.
The most popular browser used in October of 2013 is Google Chrome with 51.1% users world wide... That's more than half of the world's people!
Browsers can include Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari, and Internet Explorer.
Facebook is a social media website that you can add friends and update your status everyday. You can post pictures and play tons of fun games with your friends.
Facebook has over 30 million Facebook accounts belonging to dead people.
If Facebook was a country, it would be the third largest in the world with accounts ranging all over the globe.
Mark Zuckerburg is one of the
youngest (if not already) billionaire
in the world at age 28.
Texting is an invention that allows
people to communicate through words
typed onto a screen. Mostly Pre-teens,
teenagers, and young adults are texting
The average teen sends about 10 text
messages per hour during the day. At the
end of the month, the teen sends 3,000 texts.
A chat room is an area or place on the internet where online users can talk, typically about one certain subject.
As many as 15 people can join a regular chat room, depending on the website.
Facetime is an online app, commonly found with apple products. It allows the user to contact others by "calling" their e-mail. When the user answer, you can see each other's faces, thus calling it "Facetime."
Facetime only allows you to
talk to ONE other person.
A blog is a personal web page on the internet in which a user can write about any topic, including his/her life and update any time they want to.
Blogs can contain any kind of opinionated or informational info. about a topic of their choice.
The most popular blog in America right now is The Huffington Post.
SIS uses Wordpress, an online blog 'maker' for their online newspaper the SIS Viking.