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Social Networking. facebook, bebo, MySpace and others. Betsy Knodel, Martin Sieverding and NHS Members. March 26, 2009. What is social networking?. facebook, bebo, MySpace, etc. Online communities Varied reasons for existence Share information Interact with others

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Social networking

Social Networking

facebook, bebo, MySpace

and others


Betsy knodel martin sieverding and nhs members

Betsy Knodel, Martin Sieverding and NHS Members

March 26, 2009


What is social networking

What is social networking?

  • facebook, bebo, MySpace, etc.

  • Online communities

  • Varied reasons for existence

  • Share information

  • Interact with others

  • Video – Social Networking in Plain English

    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6a_KF7TYKVc

  • Video – Why do teens use social networking

    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g6YT6sEDZiE


Reality april 2008

Reality - April 2008

Two and a half million children aged between 8 and 17 have created profiles on social networking sites, according to research. But parents fail to realise that poor security means that about four in ten personal pages are open for anyone to look at.

Although the three main social networks, Bebo, Facebook and MySpace, claim to have a minimum age limit of 13 or 14, a quarter of all children with internet access and aged between 8 and 11 say that they have a page on a social networking site, according to the communications regulator, Ofcom.

Source - Sabbagh, Dan. “Children’s social network pages ‘must have privacy lock’” The Times. April 2, 2008. <http://technology.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/tech_and_web/article3663312.ece>


Commonalities

Commonalities

  • Profile

  • Friends

  • Pictures

  • Messages

  • Privacy controls


Social networking

Pros

  • Keeping in touch with family and friends from across the nation and the world

    • Old friends - reconnecting

  • Sharing pictures with others

  • Joining causes

  • Following politics

  • Networking for employment

  • Fun


Social networking

Cons

  • Photos become property of Facebook

    • Read the EULA

  • SPAM

  • Information poaching

  • Misconstrued social capital

  • Immature behavior

  • Safety

  • Bullying


Safety issues

Safety Issues

  • Facebook does not have parental controls but My Space does have parental controls

  • MySpace requires members to be at least 14 years of age to join their site.

  • Facebook requires members to be at least 13 years of age to join their site.

  • MySpace uses IP addresses to manage their website, track member usage and market the user information to their third party advertisers.

  • Facebook’s advertisers download marketing trackers or “web beacons” to your computer to identify where their ads are most effective.

  • Personal information collected by MySpace is openly shared among users so that they may communicate with each other. MySpace clearly expresses in their policy that you are sharing your information at risk.

  • All private information given to Facebook is not sold or shared with third party advertisers or marketers.


Steps to safety

Steps to Safety

  • Keep personal information private

  • Use a nickname that doesn’t identify location, gender, age

  • Only add friends you know in real life

  • Alter pictures to remove identities

  • Share profile and photos only with friends

  • Ignore harassing or rude comments

  • Never post sexually provocative photos


More steps

More Steps

  • Never meet with someone you only know online

  • Don’t post information, photos, videos you may later regret

  • Use privacy settings to limit access

  • Online choices have offline consequences

  • Once posted it is online, somewhere, forever


Consequences

Consequences

  • Facebook photos land Eden Prairie kids in trouble.

    • http://www.startribune.com/local/west/13549646.html

  • Facebook posting by students sparks legal fights

    • http://www.tcpalm.com/news/2008/dec/13/facebook-postings-students-sparking-legal-fights-p/

  • NC – 2116 state sex offenders found on MySpace

    • http://www.cnn.com/2009/CRIME/03/10/nc.sex.offenders/index.html?eref=rss_tech


Are you for real

Are you for real

  • Profiles handed out

  • Outside of envelope is public profile

  • Inside of envelope is real profile


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