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JAN - 9th-12th Grades (Internet Safety)

Lesson 5 - Bullying
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Gloria Cooper

on 12 November 2014

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Transcript of JAN - 9th-12th Grades (Internet Safety)

Internet & Social Media SAFETY
You Are What You Tweet
Most of us have social media profiles on popular social media sites/apps.
Some of us also have profiles on XBox Live, Playstation Netowork and other gaming sites.
What you put online is out there. In some cases, you can NEVER remove it. This means, for some of you, your WHOLE LIFE is out there for the world to see. There are people who will take advantage of that...
A lot of us like to meet new people online too. I mean, come on, can you REALLY have 1,562 friends on Facebook? Some people are not what they seem...
Keep yourself safe from online predators by keeping your PRIVATE information PRIVATE.
One more thought... some things you put online are just downright embarrassing...
SEXTING
Let's watch that video again while discussing a few questions.
(Teachers, click forward to the next video that now contains questions. Please pause the video after each question to discuss them with your students.)
Sexting is defined by the U.S. court system as “an act of sending sexually explicit materials through mobile phones.” The messages may be text, photo, or video.

Sending or receiving a sexually suggestive text or image of a person under the age of 18 is considered child pornography and can result in criminal charges.
The CONSEQUENCES of sexting are REAL.
Students (and teachers)...
TAKE OUT YOUR CELL PHONES.
Google your NAME
Google your SCREEN NAME
(from Twitter, Instagram, etc.)
Did you find anything you don't want the whole world to see?
Edit your privacy settings NOW to protect yourself.
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