A PARENT’S GUIDE TO INTERNET SAFETY. KEEPING YOUR CHILD SAFE. Questions about my child…. What are they doing online? Who are they talking with? Why do they want to be there? When should I restrict time? Where can I learn about digizens?. MY SPACE.COM FACEBOOK.COM.
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KEEPING YOUR CHILD SAFE
250 Millionactive(Sept 09)
200 Million active (Sept 09)
(users who have returned to the site in the last 30 days)
Investigators learned that Mr. Northington, who had a gunshot scar on his face,
used MySpace, to brag about a crime.
There they found that he had posted a message mentioning the robbery:
"One in the head still ain't dead!!!!!! On tha run for robbin a bank Love all of yall."
According to a press release from the U.S. Department of Justice in Columbia, S.C
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Each and every student will
be a safe and informed
Online = Offline
Proper online Etiquette means don’t say something online if you wouldn’t say it offline.
Become a DIGIZEN
Ask for PASSWORDS
Check them frequently
* 74% of families have their computers in a public location
* 65% of parents say they check up on their teens after they go online
* 53% of families filter
* 45% of families have monitoring software on the computer that their child uses (Kids aware of monitoring & filtering)
* Only 7% of parents have no rules about media use at all