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© 2009 SCHOOL FAMILY MEDIA Keeping Your Child Safe on the Internet © 2009 SCHOOL FAMILY MEDIA
Welcome We are first-generation Internet parents Our children are the first generation to be born and raised with the Internet as part of their everyday lives Our children know more about the Internet than we do!
© 2009 SCHOOL FAMILY MEDIA Goals for Tonight To understand what our children are doing online To keep our children safe when they’re online To teach our children to make smart choices when they’re online
© 2009 SCHOOL FAMILY MEDIA What Children Do Online Visit virtual worlds Talk with one another using instant messaging (IM’ing) Post profiles and communicate with others on social networking sites View and post videos Play multi-user games Do research
© 2009 SCHOOL FAMILY MEDIA Virtual Worlds Popular virtual worlds >> Webkinz >> Club Penguin >> Whyville Some are better than others Visit and play yourself
© 2009 SCHOOL FAMILY MEDIA Social Networking Sites Popular social networking sites >> Facebook >> MySpace >> Xanga Users create “profiles” Communicate with friends
© 2009 SCHOOL FAMILY MEDIA Instant Messaging Allows children to “talk” with friends at any time on the computer IM’ing and cell phone text messaging has replaced email as a preferred method of communicating
© 2009 SCHOOL FAMILY MEDIA Video-Sharing Sites Popular video-sharing sites: >> YouTube >> Vimeo Users view and post videos Post and read comments about the video content
© 2009 SCHOOL FAMILY MEDIA Online Games Consoles like Xbox Live are increasingly connected to the Internet, allowing kids to play against friends and strangers Many allow players to talk in real time using headsets and microphones Kids may be exposed to “trash talk” or worse
© 2009 SCHOOL FAMILY MEDIA Dangers Online Disturbing content Cyberbullying Sexual predators
© 2009 SCHOOL FAMILY MEDIA Sexual Predators Masquerade as other children or kindly adults Trick children into revealing personal information Lure children and teenagers into meeting them in person
© 2009 SCHOOL FAMILY MEDIA Keep Personal Information Private Never reveal >> Name >> Address >> Phone number >> School name Don’t post or send photographs of yourself Choose a nondescript screen name
© 2009 SCHOOL FAMILY MEDIA Learn How To Use Privacy Settings Become familiar with the websites your child visits Read privacy policies Settings should be “private”
© 2009 SCHOOL FAMILY MEDIA If a Stranger Contacts Your Child Make sure your child knows: >> Don’t respond >> Contact an adult right away >> Block the offender Notify your internet service provider, if warranted
© 2009 SCHOOL FAMILY MEDIA Cyberbullying Posting or forwarding a private IM or email to others Tricking someone into revealing embarrassing information and forwarding it to others Spreading malicious rumors Stealing passwords
© 2009 SCHOOL FAMILY MEDIA Protecting Against Cyberbullying Never respond to unkind remarks Don’t participate in cyberbullying Block the cyberbully Tell a trusted adult Save the posts Notify law enforcement, if appropriate
© 2009 SCHOOL FAMILY MEDIA Inappropriate Content There are “bad” parts of the Internet, just as there are “bad” parts of town Shield your child with: >> Parental control software >> Child-friendly search engines >> Bookmarks to favorite sites Teach your child what to do if he accidentally views disturbing content
© 2009 SCHOOL FAMILY MEDIA Basic Ways To Keep Your Child Safe Sign an “Internet Safety Contract” Keep the computer in a “public” area of your home Set a time limit for computer use Become familiar with the sites your child visits Know your child’s online “friends” Know your child’s passwords Keep your antivirus software up to date
© 2009 SCHOOL FAMILY MEDIA Basic Internet Rules for Children Never give out identifying information Never write or post anything you wouldn’t be comfortable with the whole world seeing Treat others online as you would treat them in person Never share your password Never open an email or click on a link from someone you don’t know Never download or click on anything without checking with me or another adult first
© 2009 SCHOOL FAMILY MEDIA Resources K9 Web Protection www.k9webprotection.com Free Internet filtering software and parental controls NetSmartz www.netsmartz.org Online safety tips for parents and kids AllSafeSites www.allsafesites.com A child-safe Internet search engine
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