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2 Teenangels and Tweenangels (Teenangels.org and WiredSafety.org) The Megan Pledge Advising the Industry Speaking Strategic partners – Procter & Gamble, Conde Nast, AOL, Microsoft, Runescape, Disney, Facebook, myYearbook, Verizon, Xanga, McAfee, MySpace ( ), various AGs, CMP, Webkinz, Girl Scouts of USA, National Sheriffs Assoc., MPAA, Truste, Privacy Commissioners worldwide, Oracle, Yahoo!, Dateline, Good Morning America, The Today Show

3 The Stats Overview… 70% of teens had shared their passwords with their friends Most underage users choose MySpace or any network other than Facebook to start out 46% are sharing IM or other contact info on their profile 85% felt Facebook is safer than other networks 54% have people they don’t know on their “friends” list 65% said they don’t really understand privacy settings 40% put their cell numbers on their profiles or away message linked to their profile Only 15% said they knew how to shut down a profile Only 5% said they would bother to report anything to the network 45% said they didn’t think it would make any difference if they did Only 2% said they knew how to report it anyway

4 What are teens putting on their profiles? 400 teen girls polled 2007 (14-17) (Westchester Cty, NY)

5 Who’s Your Friend? th – 12 th grade boys and girls, Westchester Cty, NY 2007)

6 Friends Cyberbullying Friends 70% have shared passwords with friends, which makes cyberbullying easier 520 teen girls (7 th – 12 th grade, Westchester Cty, NY 2007)

7 The Biggest Online Secret - Cyberbullying The reasons polls and surveys don’t reflect the real problem More than 70% come from friends or best friends (and they are protected by the target) Less than a quarter of people being cyberbullied told someone about it (and only 5% would ever tell their parents)

8 An Easy Answer - Passwords


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