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1 How do I talk to my child about Internet safety? How do I protect my child from cyberbullying? What do I do if my child is cyberbullied? What information should my child keep private? I need to know more about social media. What is sexting? How do I keep my child safer from online predators? What is grooming? Where can I report online predators? Version 8.0 Internet Safety: What you need to know as a parent

2 Keeping Your Children Safer Online COMMUNICATION

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4 WEB 2.0 Whats your child putting online?

5 Risky Online Behaviors Sending or posting provocative images Sharing passwords with friends Embarrassing or harassing people Posting personal information Clicking on pop-ups

6 eww! what is she wearing? eww! what is she wearing? Bullying + Technology = Cyberbullying

7 Cyberbullying Spreading rumors and gossip Posting pictures of someone without consent Stealing passwords to assume someone elses identity Threatening or harassing with offensive language

8 Information Acceleration Send

9 Signs of Cyberbullying Act nervous when receiving an , IM, or text Seem uneasy about going to school Withdraw from friends and family Stop using the computer or cell phone A cyberbullying victim might

10 Save the messages for evidence Block or ban the bully from contacting your child Set up a new account Sign Up Address: Password: Report to the website, school, bullys parents, or law enforcement

11 Cyberbullying Behaviors Quickly switch screens or close programs when you walk by Use the computer at all hours of the night Get unusually upset if they cannot use the computer Laugh excessively while online Avoid discussions about what they are doing Use multiple online accounts or use an account that is not their own

12 Consequences of Cyberbullying

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14 Dont just be a bystander!

15 Talk to your kids!

16 Who are they talking to? What are they talking about? What are they sharing online?

17 579 FriendsSee All 3 3

18 Friend Requests

19 When is it OK to talk to people you dont know?

20 Appropriate Comments

21 When can your comments get you into trouble? Examiner~y2009m3d1-Teenage-fired-for- complaining-on-Facebook---teaching-teens-to- think-before-the-write?comments=true first day at work. omg!! So dull.

22 - My status, photos, and posts - Family and relationships - Photos and videos Im tagged in - Birthday - Permission to comment on your posts - Contact information Share a tagged post with friends of the friend I tag Privacy Settings Friends Only

23 Sexting Sending sexual messages, pictures, or videos through cell phones

24 1 in 6 teens have received a sext.

25 Consequences of Sexting

26 Can I see what youve been posting online?

27 What comes to mind when you think of online predators?

28 Shes with him?

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31 Communicate. Monitor. Report.

32 Teach your child how to use technology responsibly.

33 Anti-virus software Filtering programs Monitoring software Parental supervision

34 Establish rules for your childs Internet use.

35 Keep the home computer in a common room.

36 Monitor laptop activity. Wireless Connection

37 Monitor mobile technologies.

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39 Its about talking and training your child – empower them to make the right decisions

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