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Internet Safety: Keeping Children Safe on the Internet. By: Emily Christensen and Samantha Nakoneczny. Safety Basics. Keep your own password and do not share it with others. Establish internet rules with your parents/guardians.

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internet safety keeping children safe on the internet

Internet Safety: Keeping Children Safe on the Internet

By: Emily Christensen and Samantha Nakoneczny

safety basics
Safety Basics
  • Keep your own password and do not share it with others.
  • Establish internet rules with your parents/guardians.
  • DO NOT ever share your full name, address, phone number, or school to anyone online.
  • BE AWARE of the dangers on the internet from cyber-bullying to predators.
  • Learn more internet safety tips at NetSafe Utah and Web MD.

Stay Safe online!!!

cyberbullying
CyberBullying

What is it:

Cyberbullying is bullying others online by sending hurtful messages, posting embarrassing pictures, and by spreading lies to others.

How to Prevent/Stop it:

Ignore and block harassers, delete e-mail accounts where you are being bullied, and let a parent or adult you trust know if you’re being bullied.

inappropriate content
Inappropriate Content

What is it:

Inappropriate content would include pornographic images and text, bad language, and violence.

How to Prevent/Stop it:

Be careful with the sites you enter, have a parent or adult install internet-filtering software, and let an adult you trust know if you come upon anything questionable.

predators
Predators

Who are they:

An individual who is seeking sexual relations, usually with a child.

How to Prevent/Stop Contact with Predators:

Don’t go on social networking sites if you are under the age of thirteen, don’t enter chat rooms, don’t to give out personal information, and tell a parent or responsible adult if you are harassed or if someone makes you feel uncomfortable.

damaged reputation
Damaged Reputation

What is it:

A child’s reputation can be changed by inappropriate posts, pictures, and videos that they may have posted of themselves, or that others may have posted of them.

How to stop/prevent it:

Makesure you don’t let people take inappropriate or embarrassing pictures of you, and make sure they delete already existing inappropriate, or embarrassing pictures.

works cited
Works Cited
  • http://www.microsoft.com/security/family-safety/childsafety-internet.aspx
  • http://sp.life123.com/bm.pix/avoiding-internet-scams1---caution-laptop.s600x600.jpg
  • http://blog.internetsafety.com/2009/05/26/internet-safety-across-the-globe/
  • http://www.webmd.com/parenting/features/4-dangers-internet?page=3
  • http://nazarsudhakar.blogspot.com/2008/12/kids-and-internet-have-you-think-over.html
  • http://www.cnet.com/4520-13384_1-6721368-1.html
  • http://www.shemagazines.com/10-tips-to-help-keep-your-children-safe-from-internet-dangers/
  • http://karrier.jide.hu/?page=news_reader&id=3495
  • http://eq.uen.org/emedia/items/f9def275-e58b-e27b-36e4-c464f980b51e/1/