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-.Internet Safety Game.- Adams Middle School 2010
Question # 1 is…… Is it okay to give someone you met over the Internet your personal information? TRUE FALSE
You are…… On to Question # 2
Sorry, but you are…… Back to Question # 1
Question # 2 is….. On an instant messenger is it important to know everyone on your buddy list? On an instant messenger is it important to know everyone on your buddy list? YES NO
You are…… On to Question # 3
Sorry, but you are…. Back to Question # 2
Question # 3 is…. If you’re on the Internet and it says your information is private is it really? NO YES
You are…. Next….!!!
Sorry, but you are… Back to Question # 3
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