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Staying Safe on the Internet

CS1 6/7E
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Ethan Borer-Newton

on 7 November 2012

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By Ethan, Derek, Sissi, And Ashley! Stay Safe on the Internet You should be very careful when signing up for internet programs, Whether it costs money or not, it can effect you. When you put info their, depending on the sight, thieves, spammer, stalkers murders and kidnappers can access your information. Signing Up Posting on Facebook and even more! How It Effects You you must not sign up for anything without your parent's permission Signing Up You think that people can't do anything to your life, but people can do something. And probably, you without knowing about it in some other ways.
Make smart choices!
Be careful what you do! Information can be spread in a zap. What you think is gone someone else might have saved it on there computer, or on google images! Drawn by The Lebster
http://openclipart.org/detail/129967/pacman-by-lebidos ! http://thewhizzer.blogspot.com/2007_03_01_archive.html http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/962472 Edit It Re-posting It stays there Post Once someone re-posts it you can't change it, even if you take it down, it will always be there. It will be there for everyone to see, or someone will have on their computer. It won't dissapear. ! When you post something it stays there. You may edit it to make it sound better, but it doesn't change the effect. Think about what you do before you do it! It goes viral. Everyone knows It could ruin yours or someone else's life. When you want to post a picture, write a comment, and do those ridiculously, stupid, and brainless things, think what might happen to you to your accounts and privacy. For Kids! Signing up is a tricky thing Asking for your email, a password, sometimes credit card number, and where you live You HAVE to find out who you can TRUST what do think would happen? Citation I think credit should be given. I think that everything plays a part and that citation should be used. I think that credit shouldn't be shown. Different
perspectives Citing is an important part of life. If you use stuff and don't give citation the owner could ask you not to use it, and people could sue if permission isn't asked. It could be copyrighted. A good site to get pictures on is creative commons. All the pictures and info there is not copyrighted. Even though it's not, you still need to site where you got the picture from. Go to the site below to get creative commons with google search. Click reuse so that you can reuse the picture. http://bit.ly/UyiFQP http://www.whoswatchingcharlottesville.org/social.html http://howtobesafeontheinternet.com/ Definitions "Cookies are small, usually randomly encoded, text files that help your browser navigate through a particular website. The cookie file is generated by the site you're browsing and is accepted and processed by your computer's browser software. The cookie file is stored in your browser's folder or subfolder."

http://www.allaboutcookies.org/faqs/cookie-file.html Cookie "Computer viruses are small programs or scripts that can negatively affect the health of your computer. These malicious little programs can create files, move files, erase files, consume your computer's memory, and cause your computer not to function correctly. Some viruses can duplicate themselves, attach themselves to programs, and travel across networks. In fact opening an infected e-mail attachment is the most common way to get a virus." Virus http://www.techterms.com/definition/virus Cyberbullying
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