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Digital Citizenship: E-Commerce

Presentation to support student understanding of E-Commerce and digital citizenship.

Michelle Sumner

on 8 January 2013

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Transcript of Digital Citizenship: E-Commerce

the buying and selling of goods and services online E-Commerce online buying
online selling
media purchases such as iTunes
purchasing virtual worlds and games Issues Sending personal information and credit card information via email.
Buying online impulsively.
Using another person's credit card without permission.
False information about a product you are selling.
Purchasing online music and giving it to others.
Buying from unsecured websites.
Using another person's personal information without permission to create accounts to purchase online.
Giving personal information on unsecured websites. Examples of Inappropriate Digital Commerce Identifying indicators (padlock or key symbol) on a website that guarantees it to be a secure website.
Think before you buy. A "too good to be true" price is probably that. Watch for hidden costs (postage, handling, Internet charges, etc.)
Abiding by agreement from company you purchase from.
Responsibly purchasing on virtual worlds and for games.
Always use your own personal information with the guidance of your parents.
Never give personal information on unsecured websites. Examples of Appropriate Digital Commerce John enjoys searching on the Internet for items to purchase that are related to his favorite hobby, skateboarding. John has discovered several sites that offer many products related to skateboarding, including boards, protective wear such as knee and elbow pads, helmets; clothing; and other miscellaneous items. John has set up a login account for purchases he wants to make. John uses his dad's credit card to make three purchases. John is anxious to finish each purchase and quickly fills out the personal information, including address, phone number, email address, and credit card information. John has received some of his purchases and his happy with the products he bought. A few days later, John's dad receives his credit card bill in the mail and sees the purchases that John made. The purchases are for amounts that are greater than the prices John told his dad. In addition, there are other charges on the credit card that John's dad is not aware of. John's dad is sure that John has made other purchases than the ones he knew about. Digital Commerce Scenario What went wrong?
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