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Michael Hanscom Heather B Armstrong Jessica Cutler Daniel P. Finney Steve Olafson Lain Murray Penny Cholmondeley Matthew Brown Troutgirl Joe (Waterstone) Vibor Kalogiera Jeremy Wright Amy Norah Burch Rob Smith Rachel Mosteller Peter Whitney David Higham Paul Andrew Juliano Veronica Gregg Easterbrook Rachel Chaump Kelly Kreth “Silver Tree” Richard Eid Lance Salyers Nadine Haobosh Joe Gordon Angelo Villagomez Joyce Park
19% of children 12-17 have created their own blog 33% of online teens share their own creations online (artwork, videos, photos) 57% of online teens have created content for the internet Pew Internet & American Life Project survey of teens and parents October – November 2004
Steps to Taking Control Understand what has changed Consider appropriate use Identify inappropriate use
Get Proactive Gain first hand experience Be realistic Ask your students iSafe.org
Just the facts Assume everyone is going to see everything. –Nothing on the internet is private –An alias provides only minimal protection 44% of teens only use one screen name Source: Pew Internet & American Life Project Teens and Parents Survey –Deleted does not mean gone
10 personal items students should avoid sharing online 10. State 9. Gender 8. Age 7. IM Name 6. Email 5. City 4. Photos 3. Phone Number 2. Street Address 1. Last Name
Keeping private things private Separate public photos from private Restrict MySpace and Xanga accounts to invitation only LiveJournal privacy features
3 Basic questions Can I share this with my parents or teacher? Would I want a college recruiter or job interviewer to see this? Could this allow someone to find me and put me in danger?
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