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H.A.C.E

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Transcript of H.A.C.E

Be Aware Of:
Cyberbullying – Cyberbullying is when a child or teen is tormented, threatened, harassed, humiliated, embarrassed or otherwise targeted by another child or teen using the Internet, interactive and digital technologies or mobile phones.
Games - Children communicate verbally and in writing while online gaming. Understand how these tools work before you connect a gaming console to the Internet and check in with your children regularly about the games they’re playing online. Create a gaming agreement.
Online gambling - Most websites prohibit users under the age of 18 or 19 from participating in online gambling; however, e-casinos, card games, live bets and poker sites are growing in popularity with tweens and teens. Educate your children about the risks (addiction, debt, fraud) attached to online gambling.
The Internet is widely used by teenagers they used a lot of social medias like Facebook and more. Some teenagers gone too far using the Internet they are being abusive in using the Internet they can also use it for blackmailing, gaining fame and cyber bullying. Cyber bullying, a type of bullying that occur on the internet or social media a lots of teenagers and some kids got involved in cyber bullying just only by using the internet. There is other ways to be safe and be wiser on the Internet.
Take the time to regularly chat with your child about the places they like to go online, including popular websites such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and ChatRoulette.
Tell your children about your feelings on sharing information through social media websites. Develop house rules on how to stay safe and monitor your child’s Internet use (through devices such as game consoles, phones, tablets and laptops) by the means you believe are appropriate.
The language kids use to text and talk via social media is different, so brush up at Net Lingo
Computers are open to risk. For example, they may be vulnerable to viruses, malware (malicious software) or spam, which can compromise stored personal information and images.
Tips how to be safe on the Internet
• Make sure that your online friends are trustworthy and make sure that they wouldn’t put you in danger

• It is safe to say NO to strangers on the Internet


• When you have an encounter a stranger online think twice not to give any personal information



• Make sure not to put any personal or important information on any social medias


• You must stand up and do the right thing if someone harassed you or cyber bullied you ask a trusted adult to help you with your situation


• Use your common sense and be socially responsible towards on using the Internet

Topics and Guides to be safe on the Internet
Social Responsibility- Do I behave while I using the internet?
Educational Uses - Do I use the Internet to make my education better?
Forms of Communication- Do I appropriately response or communicate on the internet?
Consequences and Crime- Am I aware that my actions on the internet can have a consequence?
Building Awareness- Do I use the internet to increase issues that people notice and care about?
Privacy- Do I keep any important details or any personal information on any social media?
H.A.C.E
Internet Safety

By: Andy and Edryk
Thanks for watching,
You have been a great audience.
Resources:
Internet Safety
The Internet had been part of our daily lives. It helped us students to our education it helped us on our research and home works. Sometimes the Internet makes our lives easier just one click of a website the Internet does all the work. But sometimes the Internet can be abusive it can hurt a lot of people only by using the Internet. It can also trick people thinking that they won something on the Internet and some people use the Internet in a bad way. This presentation can help teenagers and us to be aware what’s on the internet that can hurt all of us and give parents information how to teach their children how to be safe on the internet.
Internet Safety

(tips for parents)
http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/is-si/index-eng.htm
http://www.stopbullying.gov/cyberbullying/index.html
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