2Remember: Some people lie. Grandma might see your posting. Strangers can find you using the information you share.It’s not your fault if you receive inappropriate material.Rules from “real life” apply.Your parents care and want you safe.
7Convicted in California after attempting to meet a 14-year-old for sex.
8Never agree to meet an online friend without your parents’ knowledge. The biggest danger to your safety is getting together with someone you “met” online.You can never be positive that people you meet online are who they say they are.Discuss all your meeting plans with yourparents.
11Never post anything on the Web that you wouldn’t want the whole world to see or know.
12Anyone Can See and Read What You Post: FriendsTeachersYour mom and dadCoachesYour future bossScholarship CommitteesYour chosen collegeNeighborsPeople from church
13Think before you upload. Any informationposted on the Webcan last FOREVER.This includes photos, videos, blogs, etc.
14(3) Strangers can find you based on what you share online.
15Never Share Personal Information Online: PhotosNameAddressSchools you attendNames of your school teamsCell and home phone numbersNames of malls near your homeWhere you workAny very private information (e.g. discussion of sex)
16Keep your private information private. Protectyourfriendsand family.Keep their information private, too.
17Never open e-mail from strangers or click on any attachments.
18Don’t reply to unknown screen names on Instant Messenger.