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Digital Citizenship

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Soby Larpez

on 10 October 2012

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Transcript of Digital Citizenship

"To be or not to be..." A Good Digital Citizen Courtesy Safety -The internet is a public place in which anyone in the world can access information from. You never know who you could be talking to or what kind of information they could be seeing. -By having inappropriate pictures of you and others on the internet, it could affect not only your future, but the future of others as well. You do not want a college to see a picture of yourself depicted in a situation that could make you seem unintellectual and improper. The Dangers of
The Internet -You must pertain from any bullying activity. Acts of cyber bullying can not only get you in trouble, but it is inappropriate and wrong to take on these unkind acts against people you may know and to people you don't. -To be safe online, you must make sure that all posted pictures of yourself or others must be approved by parental figures. If any inappropriate pictures of yourself are posted online, anyone could see them and they might hurt you in the future. -Make sure you gain your parent's approval to use or have an account on a website before you decide to make one. -In order to be safe on the web, you must be cautious when conversing or sharing items with people you don't know. You shouldn't give out an address, your full name, or any personal information to strangers. -To be courteous online, one must avoid talking to others in all "CAPS", which can be regarded as a form of internet screaming. Gabrielle Lopez Sophia Marcalo -To show acts of courtesy, you must be respectful to other people's posts, ideas, and other comments that are present on the web. -To be a courteous while speaking to others on the internet, you must greet others properly and abstain from using rude or harsh language. -Not everyone tells you the truth about who they are and what they do. Some people have the means to harm you, therefore it is essential that you are constantly cautious about what information you give out. Thank you for viewing our presentation.

Always remember, the fruit never falls too far away from the tree and you don't want to fall off the tree already rotten.
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