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Internet Safety

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by jenequa
Last updated 4 years ago

Discipline:
Resources & Tools
Subject:
Internet Safety
Grade:
12

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1.Don’t give out personal information about yourself, your family situation, your school, your telephone number, or your address.2. If you become aware of the sharing, use, or viewing of child pornography online, immediately report this to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children at 1-800-843-5678. 3. When in chatrooms remember that not everyone may be who they say they are. 4. Know that there are rules many Internet Service Providers (ISP) have about online behavior. If you disobey an ISP's rules, your ISP may penalize you by disabling your account, and sometimes every account in a household, either temporarily or permanently. 5. A friend you meet online may not be the best person to talk to if you are having problems at home, with your friends, or at school. If you can, find an adult in your school, church, club, or neighborhood to talk to, Covenant House is a good place to call at 1-800-999-9999. The people there provide counseling to kids, refer them to local shelters, help them with law enforcement, and can serve as mediators by calling their parents. 6. If you are thinking about running away, a friend from online may not be the best person to talk to. If there is no adult in your community you can find to talk to, call the National Runaway Switchboard at 1-800-621-4000.

Internet Safety

Safety Rules

1. Never give out passwords, PIN numbers, or personal information.2.Don't open messages unless you know who they are from.3.Don't post pictures of you or family pictures.4. Understand that people use false identities online.5.Don't respond to insulting messages.6. If it is threatening, call the police.7.Be careful of sending angry messages. You can't take it back.8. Never arrange to meet someone you met online unless your parents are with you.


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