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Sam Lane

on 7 February 2014

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Transcript of Kik

What is KIK about?
Kik is an instant messenger that requires the internet (or data) and can be used on any mobile device.
How do you create an account?
1. download app
2. open app
3. under NEW to KIK? click register
4. enter first and last name (picture if you want)
5. create a username
6. enter an email
7. create a password
Who can access the site?
Kik isn't intended to be used by children under the age of 13. Their new policy also reminds teens between 13 and 18 years old that they need to have permission from their parents or their legal guardians before they can create an account and start using KIK messenger.
Where do you go to find KIK?
On iTunes, Playstore, etc. (app store) you search up the app and then you download it or you can type in your search engine kik.com.
What is the purpose of this site?
KIK is a free, fast, simple, and personal smartphone messenger that doesn't require a cell phone provider. It's free, fast, and only requires internet!!!
-child identity theft
-fast and simple text messenger app
-cross platform (can be used on apple, windows, android, etc.
-free messenger app
-chats can be easily deleted (no record)
-does not have parental control
-personal information is not secure
How to Avoid Issues Like This
-do not chat, send pictures, etc. with people you don't know
-do not send inappropriate pictures, messages, etc.
-tell your parents if anyone (you don't know well) asks for information or pictures about you
Samantha Lane, Makera Moore, Jason Waters
Healthy/Safe/Appropriate Practices
-communicate with friends and family
-get involved with community
-find people with similar interests
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