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4  Watch your words online. Before sending or posting, reread them to see if they can be misinterpreted.  Each time you share information online, stop and think, “Am I giving out information that I should keep private?” The kinds of facts are called private identity information. (For example- Your address, phone numbers, passwords…  Cyber bullying- the intentional and repeated use of computer and cell phone networks by kids and teens to cause harm of distress to other kids and teens. *One mean comment or photo can lead to cyber bullying. (it can get sent around) *Just as serious as face to face bullying. Can be illegal if caught faking someone's identity. *Be a bystander or a witness and stand up for someone by telling an adult!

5  96% of students ages 9 to 17 who have access to the Internet have used social networking technologies (Grunwald Associates, "Creating & Connecting - Research and Guidelines on Online Social and Educational Networking," July 2007).  64% of teens post photos or videos of themselves online, while more than half (58%) post info about where they live. Females are far more likely than male teens to post personal photos or videos of themselves (70% vs. 58%) (Teen Research Unlimited. "Cox Communications Teen Internet safety Survey Wave II," March 2007).  69% of teens regularly receive personal messages online from people they don't know and most of them don't tell a trusted adult about it (Teen Research Unlimited. "Cox Communications Teen Internet safety Survey Wave II," March 2007).

6  45% of Employers are using Social Networking(Facebook/Twitter) sites to screen job applications {-Career Builder.com Study} › More than twice as many than a year ago  35% of the employers said they’d turn down candidates based on what they saw online › Provocative photos › Bad-mouthing previous employers

7  College Admissions and Recruiters review the internet for applicants social networking sites to find any inappropriate content. Be careful what content you post! (pictures, words, etc)  Identity Theft- watch what personal information you post.

8 Stacy Snyder claims in a lawsuit that she was denied a teaching degree after school officials found a photo similar to this one on her MySpace page. Tien Nguyen, a senior at the University of California, applied at major companies. He posted an essay about lying on the web and found that he wasn’t getting interviews. His friend pointed this out so he removed it and has had many interviews since. He never thought that they would “google” his name on the internet and find it.

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11 TEXTING Protect your privacy- Only give your number out to those you know. Never reply to messages from numbers you don’t know. Make sure you know how to block phone numbers. Respect Others- Think about how a text message might sound before you send it. Do not take pictures of people without their permission. Imagine that once this picture is on your phone- it could end up anywhere! Use your common sense: Report to an adult if you are getting inappropriate pictures or harrassing text messages.

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13  48: Percentage of teens who say they have received sexually suggestive texts, s or instant messages  40: Percentage of teenage boys who say they've sent such messages  37: Percentage of teenage girls who say they've sent such messages  22: Percentage of teenage girls who say they have sent or posted nude or semi-nude pictures or videos of themselves  18: Percentage of teenage boys who say they have sent or posted such pictures or videos of themselves  11: Percentage of young teen girls (between 13 and 16) who have sent or posted such pictures or videos of themselves SOURCES: The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy; CosmoGirl.com

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15 Pennsylvania Sexting Case Three female students took nude photos of themselves and shared them with male classmates through cell phones. These female students of Greensburg Salem High School in Greensburg, Pa., all 14- or 15-years-old, face charges of manufacturing, disseminating or possessing child pornography while the boys, who are 16 and 17, face charges of possession.

16 Do you know where your picture will go? Once a picture is sent from your phone you have NO control over where and who it goes to next….internet, s, parents, teachers, police…. What if you make the person you sent the picture to mad?? What will happen? Who will they send it to??

17  Stay Informed.  Stay Aware.  If in doubt ask.  Talk to your parents about your concerns.  Make smart choices. Your choices follow you FOREVER!!!


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