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  1. If you are talking to a friend in a chat room and they ask you for financial information, you should: • Ask your friend why they need the information. • Ask your parents/guardian for their credit card. • Leave the chat room. • Call the police.

  2. Which of the following chat screen names is the best choice? • partyALLnitelong. • i_like_stuff. • hottie69. • linda@ua07.

  3. Where is a safe place to put personal information about yourself? • MySpace. • Xanga. • IM profile. • None of the above.

  4. The definition of social engineering or social networking: • A special degree at The Ohio State University. • A service that uses the Internet for online communication through an interactive network of photos, blogs, user profiles, e-mail and other groups. • IM profile engineered by a friend. • None of the above.

  5. Examples of Online Social Networks are: • LiveJournal, Xanga, Facebook. • Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Psi. • Profiles engineered by your parents. • Google.

  6. Cyber predators are people who use the Internet to hunt for victims to take advantage of them: • Physically • Emotionally. • Financially. • All of the above.

  7. In Cyber Lingo what does LMIRL mean? • Let’s meet in real life. • Love means I’m really lucky. • Let’s move into real love. • All of the above.

  8. Excessive praise, questions about what they’re wearing or questions designed to determine whether their parents are nearby in a chat could: • Be a warning of a possible cyber predator. • Mean a friend that would help with homework. • Mean someone to help you with what not to wear. • All of the above.

  9. Ownership rights of materials, created, written,designed or expressed by individuals are: • Not applied to online work. • But a click away. • Examples of intellectual property. • Only the property of a university.

  10. How can inappropriate content can appear on a computer screen by accident? • Through pop-up windows. • Misspelled URL’s. • Misrepresented links. • All of the above.

  11. Inappropriate online content includes: • Epicurious. • ESPN, SI. • Hate groups, pornography, gambling. • Both a) and c)

  12. The act of sending or posting messages that are deliberately hostile and insulting is called: • Xanga. • Flaming. • Cyber lurking. • Phishing.

  13. Teens can be cyber bullied via: • Text messages. • Bash boards and chat rooms. • Social networking sites, morphed pictures. • All of the above.