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Saving Face While Protecting My Space. a presentation on Facebook and MySpace by Mark D. Light – 4-H Educator – Allen County. Pros. Great place to advertise your teen events Good way to meet people across the state that have similar interests to you Share pictures/videos with friends

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saving face while protecting my space

Saving Face While Protecting My Space

a presentation on Facebook and MySpace

by Mark D. Light – 4-H Educator – Allen County

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Pros
  • Great place to advertise your teen events
  • Good way to meet people across the state that have similar interests to you
  • Share pictures/videos with friends
  • Birthday reminders
  • Keep in touch with people you meet in person….
  • Personal messages
  • Friend’s information all in one place
  • Easy of keeping up with what is going on
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Cons
  • Open to over 154,000,000 people (MySpace)
  • Fake information or profiles – Principals, celebrities
  • Continuous changing user agreement
  • Teacher, Staff, Coaches, Employers have access too
  • Can’t sue or force them to remove someone’s content
  • Anyone can copy information off your site
  • Online Predators
  • Spam Profiles and junky ads (MySpace)
  • Information Overload
consequences
Consequences
  • Lake County High School will hold students accountable for the information on blogs and social networking Web sites. (Chicago Tribune, 5/23/2006).
  • Libertyville High School will have to sign a pledge that “illegal or inappropriate" behavior posted on the Internet could be grounds for disciplinary action. (Chicago Tribune, 5/23/2006).
  • Penn State police used Facebook to identify students who rushed the field after the Nittany Lions defeated Ohio State in an Oct. 8 football game. (Courierjournal.com, 2005)
questions to ask yourself
Questions to ask yourself
  • Are you comfortable with the kinds of things others might find online?
  • Is everything you’ve posted in line with values and good representative of you?
  • Is there anything a parent, coach, teacher, might find questionable?
  • How will you react if someone draws something like this to your attention?
  • Would something on your site keep you from getting a college scholarship?
posting
Posting
  • Be prudent about what you post.
  • Remember that teachers, coaches, staff, and even future employers (using friend contacts) can examine Facebook and MySpace profiles.
  • Take advantage of privacy settings that permit only friends to take a peek.
  • Keep removing old content and pictures.
  • Remove old groups.
  • Post events that are open to the public, but not ones that you would want outsiders to know about.
profile
Profile
  • “Visible only to friends”
  • Do not list cell phones
  • Do not list your address where you live
  • Consider leaving off your last name
  • Do not list sn or other information that link you to websites or personal information
  • Birthdates, ages, cities, high schools
for more information
For more information
  • FACEBOOK
    • Name: Mark D. Light
    • Networks: Ohio Northern Alum '96 Columbus, OH
    • Fields: Civil EngineeringCollege Student Personnel
  • MySpace
    • http://www.myspace.com/allencounty4h
    • http://www.myspace.com/allencountyfair
    • http://www.myspace.com/4hcamppalmer
    • Mark Light – Allen County 4-H Educator OSU Extension
    • Focus specialty - Online social networking
    • light.42@cfaes.osu.edu
    • 419-222-9946