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Citation SAM VIANNA KRISTINE OKSANA 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c
"Social Networking ProCon.org."
http://socialnetworking.procon.org/ Social Networking ProCon.org. N.p., n.d. Web. 07 Jan. 2013.
ProCon is an organization that researches about certain issues. The website is not affiliated with the government or any other organizations, meaning there will be no biases contained in any of the information presented. The owners allow people to contact them if there are biases shown on the site. The name itself also makes up for their impartiality, as it is called “Pro-Con”. Royal Canadian Mounted Police, “The Know Zone- Internet Safety” 2012. The URL deal.org is a great resource because it is linked from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police’s website. It includes many things such as the dangers of social networking (Scams Protection- A Student Practical Guide, RCMP, 2007) and how to protect your privacy on the internet (Online Profile Checklist, RCMP). It also has many useful links on the same topic. The site is written for teens by teens and helps to communicate different ways to have fun and be safe. Social Media 83+284/292 Social Media is great way to communicate with people, but yet it is still very harmful.

Today we will be reviewing the definition, negative effects and Social Media Safety. Introduction Social Media? Definition of Social Media Social Media Websites/Other Negative Effects of Social Media Prevention of Social Media "CBC, Doc Zone, Episode, Facebook Follies." http://www.cbc.ca/doczone/episode/facebook-follies.html CBCnews. CBC/Radio Canada,1 Nov. 2012.
This website is good to use, because it is the news website and also suffix tells us that it’s a reliable website because it has .ca. This video is about Facebook. It explains of how the Facebook works, that it runs like a business. It talks about how people don’t care of what they put on the internet and don’t realize that their personal information can be viewed by the whole word. This video shows a couple of stories that happened on Facebook, some of them are cute love stories, while others are terrible break up stories. “The Complete Guide to Social Media” http://www.thesocialmediaguys.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/downloads/2011/03/CompleteGuidetoSocialMedia.pdf The Social Media Guys, Mon, 08 Nov 2010
This website is good to use, because it is research that has been made into a documentary as well its suffix is reliable because it’s .co.uk. This website is about Social Media and other Social Media related topics. It was created by people who did research on Social Media and made it into a documentary. They looked for the definition, the marketing, on how it works, ect. There are different examples for the Social Media and they are separated into 6 types: collaborative projects, blogs and microblogs, content communities, social networking sites, virtual game worlds, and virtual communities. By Sam, Vianna, Kristine and Oksana Social Media is a good but dangerous way to communicate with people, but if you don’t put too much of your personal information on it and watch what you say on comments and your messages or emails, you should be safe from the internet predator's interest. Conclusion Social Media is defined as the means of using technology to allow people to communicate, and to share information. Social Medias include: videos, pictures, resources, text messages and audio files. Some social media sites include Facebook, MSN Messenger and any online game, like Call of Duty, where you can communicate with other players. Social media is great for communicating with friends and family all around the world as well as for working on school projects with friends. "University of the PACIFIC."
http://www.pacific.edu/Campus-Life/Safety-and-Conduct/Safety-and-Security/Online-Social-Networking-Dangers-and-Benefits-.html Online Social Networking Dangers and Benefits. N.p.,n.d. Web. 07 Jan. 2013.
University of the Pacific has credible information due it being an educational source made for students. The page was written by a university graduate who dedicates their study to the safety of young people. The purpose of the page was to promote learning to those unaware of the dangers of social networking sites. "11 Tips for Social Networking Safety."
http://www.microsoft.com/security/online-privacy/social-networking.aspx?WT.rss_f=At%20Home%20RSS&WT.rss_a=11%20tips%20for%20social%20networking%20safety Social Networking Safety. N.P., n.d. Web. 18 Dec. 2012.
Microsoft is a company that has expertise on both in and out of the internet. This website is a reliable source because it is not open for just anybody to edit. People with knowledge of social media write these and get paid to do so. This website has information of safety precautions and why you should follow them. "Kids and Socializing Online"
http://www.onguardonline.gov/articles/0012-kids-and-socializing-online OnGuard Online. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Dec. 2012.
Onguardonline is a very reliable site because it is owned by the government. It has reliable information for parents about social networking and how they can protect their children while on the internet. Royal Canadian Mounted Police, “Fact Sheets” 2012. The website, rcmp.gc.ca, is a good resource because it is straight from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police which has direct ties to the government and whose main purpose is to keep its citizens safe and well-informed on the dangers that surround them. The site’s main focus is to warn parents and teens on the dangers of posting things on line and how to deal with cyber bullying. There are no advertisements from this site and there are many helpful links to other sites on the same topic. The site also has many helpful documents on how to stay safe in the community and online (The Direct and Indirect Impacts of Organized Crime on Youth, as Offenders and Victims, Holly Richter, ¬¬¬¬2003). The site mainly talks about how to be safe on the internet and how to protect yourself from cyber-bullying and useful definitions on different terms.

•Adjust privacy settings.

•Do not click links from unknown senders

•Do not give passwords to anyone

•Always be aware of what you post. Once you post something, it will be there forever, even if deleted

•Watch out for predators

•Be aware that cyber bullying exists

•Only “friend” people you personally know

•Deny webcam invitations from strangers

•Do not have an open profile or share personal information that includes birthdate, appearance, location, etc.

•Be sure to change your password and have
different passwords for each social networking site.
•Vulnerable to sexual predators
•Impacts schooling and employment
•Exposes artists to copyright infringement
•Can lower a student’s grades
•Increases crime activity among gangs
•Numerous more issues
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