Mobile devices: Physical & Spiritual Issues. Ernest Staats Technology Director MS Information Assurance, CISSP, CEH, CWNA, Security+, MCSE, CNA, I-Net+, Network+, Server+, A+ [email protected] The Impact of Media. Resources available @ www.es-es.net/2.html.
Anti-virus softwareFiltering programsMonitoring software
Show me the funniest YouTube video.
Let’s play your favorite online game.
Rules from “real” life apply: courtesy, kindness, modesty, dignity, respect for law and others, etc.
Don’t talk/txt / MMS strangers
Keep personal information private (No cell # on FB)
Anything posted on the internet is not private and lasts forever (including photos, videos, etc.)
Communicate if you encounter something uncomfortable
(75%) have a handheld device that is online
A breakdown of media consumption among types and age groups. Total media use time is lower than exposure due to a 30 percent average of "media multitasking.” Kaiser Family Foundation
Teen Media Exposure Associated With Depression Symptoms in Young Adulthood http://www.health.am/psy/more/teen-media-exposure-associated-with-depression-symptoms/
Messages through media may reinforce aggression and other risky behaviors, interfere with identity development or inspire fear and anxiety
Cheating becomes much easier www.chacha.comwww.kgbanswers.comkgbkgb
Taken from "Association Between Media Use in Adolescence and Depression in Young Adulthood - A Longitudinal Study"
Sharing passwords with friends
Embarrassing or harassing people
Posting personal information
Clicking on pop-ups
Risky Online Behaviors
- My status, photos, and posts
- Family and relationships
- Photos and videos I’m tagged in
- Permission to comment on your posts
- Contact information
Share a tagged post with friends of the friend I tag
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The following was published in
Wired Magazine in 2009
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Reportto the website, school, bully’s parents, or law enforcement
Block or ban
the bully from
Set up a
messages for evidence
Each incoming and outgoing number is logged along with duration and time stamp.
SMS (Text Messages) Log
Every text message is logged even if the phone's logs are deleted. Includes full text.
GPS Locations Log
GPS postions are uploaded every thirty minutes with a link to a map.
Every contact on the phone is logged. New contacts added are also recorded.
All personal tasks that are created are logged and viewable.
Every memo input into the phone is logged and viewable.
Cell ID Locations
ID information on all cell towers that the device enters into range of is recorded.
All inbound & outbound email activity from the primary email account is recorded.
Every calendar event is logged. Date, time, and locations are recorded.
URL (Website) Log
All URL website addresses visited using the phone's browser are logged.
Photo & Video Log
All photos & videos taken by the phone are recorded & are viewable.
Avoid using discount cards to pay for anything that you want to keep private
Don’t send messages on an unsecured Wi-Fi network
Mask your identity when you search
Use search tools that can disconnect your computer’s identifying machine number from the search http://www.scroogle.org/cgi-bin/scraper.htmVirual Machines
Pick passwords carefully
Chose different usernames
Read more: http://webupon.com/web-talk/digital-exposure-you-may-not-be-as-safe-as-you-think-you-are/#ixzz1GisN2LZY
What personal information is your child placing on blogs and personal WebPages?
Google search strings
site:myspace.com “Hate my parents” 31,100 hits
site:facebook.com "phone number“
Place name in quotation marks (use variations)
“First (Jon) Last”
Legal First (Jonathan) Last”
“First MI Last”
Use groups.google.com and google.com/alerts to look for
your child's name in newsgroups (address, phone number and other personal information)
Go to my website for a Google search tutorial
Quality and current “nonprofit news service for “kid-tech news.” Based on the premise that informal, engaged parenting is essential to kids’ constructive use of technology and the Net.”
Provides information on how media “can shape your child’s development and what you can do to create a media-literate household.”
Provides a “guide to making the Internet and Technology fun, safe, and productive.”
Advice and information about Internet safety for parents and teachers, plus opportunities to discuss problems and share solutions.
GetNetWise is a public service created by Internet industry corporations and public interest groups with the goal of having “Internet users be only one click away from the resources they need to make informed decisions about their and their family's use of the Internet.”
Created by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children and Boys & Girls Clubs of America, “the NetSmartz Workshop is an interactive, educational safety resource to teach kids and teens how to stay safer on the Internet.”
Kids.us is an Internet domain where “affiliated sites are regularly screened and monitored” so that “parents and children can trust the sites to provide educational and appropriate online fun.”
Provides family-friendly reviews of media (TV, film, music, Web sites, games, and books) and parent tips on “healthy media diets” for families.
Run by the author of Net-mom's Internet Kids & Family Yellow Pages, a family-friendly directory to 3,500 of the best children's resources the Internet has to offer, this site highlights good sites for kids and provides safety tips for parents
POS --Parents are looking over my shoulder
POTS -- Parents over the shoulder (my parents are watching; I can't really talk)
P911-- My parents are in the room. P = Parents, and 911 = emergency; in other words, either drop the subject or watch the language
WTGP-- Want to go private? (move to a private chat room)
a/s/l or asl - - Age/Sex/Location -- (used to ask a chatter their personal information)
GGOH --Gotta get outta here
OLL --Online love
GTR --Got to run
TNT--'Til next time
LMIRL-- Let's meet in real life
The Safe Side – Stranger Safety Video
Darkness to Light – 7 Steps to Protecting Our Children
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
Son, Call Me Big Brother
Download your fav apps all at once
Family Watchdog – National Sex Offender Search
Search for your local FBI field office
A Parent's Guide to Internet Safety
CyberTip Line, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
Safe Surfing with your Family, Safe Surfing Checklist
Safeguards, Computer safety tips for your home and child
Tips for Parents to Protect Children from Internet Predators, Guidelines for Parents
Kids Rules for Online Safety
Rules in Cyberspace
All resources and more at my website (bottom of page)
Chat Abbreviation -PDF-Download
Cleaning Your Windows Computer -PDF-Download
Free Software for Home Users -PDF-Download
How to Check Your Computers History -PDF-Download
Internet Safety for Kids -PDF-Download
Internet terms -PDF-Download
Internet Safety Plan -PDF-Download
Internet Safety Tips for Parents -PDF-Download
Secure Mac step by Step -PDF-Download
Tracking People around town -PDF-Download
Internet Safety for Kids link list
www.packet-level.com/Kids is very graphic
www.webwisekids.com has excellent resources for parents
Tapscott, The N’ Generation, 1998: 1-2.
World Youth Report 2005
The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation Study, 3/05
Kaiser Family Foundation
Numsum Myspace Stats
Media Central “The Buzz”
The National Youth Agency
The Search Agency
10. Internet Addiction by Wendi Kannenberg http://gien.adventist.org/forum2006/presentations/kannenberg-online-addictions.pdf
11. Internet Safety for Kids
12. US News and World Report – Special Report- September 18,2006
13. 'Predator's Playground‘?
14. Decoding MySpacehttp://www.usnews.com/usnews/news/articles/060910/18myspace_5.htm