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Digital Citizenship- Think Before You Act

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on 17 December 2013

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Transcript of Digital Citizenship- Think Before You Act

You could easily hurt someones feelings when you are on the internet. Even simply by accident. Maybe it was a tweet you posted or a comment on Facebook that hurt someone without you knowing it. Think, before you post that tweet or comment, is this going to negatively effect someone?
You Could Hurt Someone
Everything you say or do can be copied, pasted and half way around the world without your permission and you probably won't even realize it.
Nothing Is Private
Everything Can Be seen
Everything you do online can be viewed by anyone. People can view even the littlest things like what you search up on google. Nothing is private. So before you post something on the internet, ask yourself if it would be okay if the whole world saw it.
Digital Citizenship- Think Before You Act
Be Smart
Not everything on the internet is true. Not everyone is who they say they are. Those ads that tell you that you won a free apple gadget are false, so don't click on them because you know better than to do that. It could turn out to be a virus or a spam.
Be Safe
Don't post any personal information online. Don't chat with someone you don't know. Don't accept a friend invitation form someone you've never heard of. Don't open an email that wasn't sent from one of your contacts.
Use your good judgement.
Think Before You act.
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