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1  NYS Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force E-Safety Mr Trofimczuk E-Safety 1

2  NYS Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force 93% of children use a computer and phone 8 out of 10 teenagers have a home computer, mobile phone and games console 1,400,000 UK pupils have their own web space There are over 200 million registered users of MySpace The number of text messages sent every day exceeds the total population of the planet Statistics.

3  NYS Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Social networking sites

4  NYS Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Online friends “contacts” Add another contact to the conversation Block contact Instant Messenger (IM)

5  NYS Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Online Relationships.Online Relationships. Keep Personal Information Private.Keep Personal Information Private. Protect Your Reputation.Protect Your Reputation. Cyber Bullying.Cyber Bullying. Safety Tips.Safety Tips. Introduction. 5

6  NYS Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force   You may not know the truth about someone you first meet online.   Time does not equal trust or knowing the person.   You can be lied to or betrayed. Online Relationships. 6

7  NYS Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Predators will use information obtained from children to gain trust and friendship (her mother’s death).Predators will use information obtained from children to gain trust and friendship (her mother’s death). Unless you know someone in person, you don’t really know who they are on the Internet (predator portrayed himself as 18 yr old).Unless you know someone in person, you don’t really know who they are on the Internet (predator portrayed himself as 18 yr old). Anyone is vulnerable (father was police officer, lived in small town).Anyone is vulnerable (father was police officer, lived in small town). 7

8  NYS Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Warning Signs  If someone tries to isolate you from your family or friends.  Turn you against your parents.  Make you keep secrets.  Send inappropriate materials or talk about explicit subjects.  Threaten you. 8

9  NYS Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force “Let’s go private.”“Let’s go private.” “Where’s your computer in the house?”“Where’s your computer in the house?” “I know someone who can get you a modeling job.”“I know someone who can get you a modeling job.” “Who’s your favorite band? Designer? Gear?“Who’s your favorite band? Designer? Gear? Beware when someone says… 9

10  NYS Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force “You seem sad. Tell me what’s bothering you.”“You seem sad. Tell me what’s bothering you.” “You are the love of my life.”“You are the love of my life.” “What’s your phone number?”“What’s your phone number?” “If you don’t…do what I ask, I’ll … tell your parents OR share your photos in a photo blog/Webcam directory/file-sharing network.“If you don’t…do what I ask, I’ll … tell your parents OR share your photos in a photo blog/Webcam directory/file-sharing network. Beware when someone says… 10

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12  NYS Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force DO NOT SAY ANYTHING ONLINE THAT YOU WOULDN’T SAY OFFLINE. 12

13  NYS Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Do Not Give Out Personal Information.  Never give out your personal identifying information or your families or friends, such as name, address, telephone number, and school name in any public areas or in unless you are sure you know the person. 13

14  NYS Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Use Privacy Settings.  Use the privacy settings – such as “Friends Only” on any social networking site you are on.  Only allow people you know in real life on your friends list. 14

15  NYS Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Think Before Posting Pictures. Think Before Posting Pictures.  Consider if it is a picture you want everyone to see, including your parents, teachers, law enforcement and college admission officers.  Remember that any picture you upload to the Web can be downloaded by anyone and be copied or posted online FOREVER. 15

16  NYS Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Check With Your Friends. Before posting pictures or information about your friends, check with them first. Always protect your privacy and theirs.Before posting pictures or information about your friends, check with them first. Always protect your privacy and theirs. Check to see what your friends are posting about you. If anything they have posted about you makes you uncomfortable, ask them to remove it.Check to see what your friends are posting about you. If anything they have posted about you makes you uncomfortable, ask them to remove it. 16

17  NYS Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Never Respond to Inappropriate Messages.  If someone harasses you online, says anything inappropriate or does anything that makes you feel uncomfortable, tell a trusted adult.  It is not your fault if you receive a rude or offensive message. 17

18  NYS Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Check Comments Regularly.  If you have a profile or blog where other people make comments, check them often.  Do not respond to offensive or embarrassing comments. Delete them and block that person from making additional comments. 18

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21  NYS Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Protect Your Passwords.  Use strong passwords and keep them confidential.  Don’t give out your password, even to your best friend. 21

22  NYS Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Text Twitter 22

23  NYS Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force  Talk to a trusted adult if anything makes you feel scared, uncomfortable or confused.  Do not respond to messages that are rude or offensive.  Save messages that could be used by law enforcement as evidence. Safety Tips 23

24  NYS Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force  Do not post personal information.  Respect copyright laws and check your sources.  Do not forward s to “everyone” in your address book.  Secure your password – do not share it, even with your best friend. Safety Tips 24

25  NYS Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force  Never download from anyone you don’t know.  Beware of phishing scams: If you receive an or bulletin that requests your username and password or directs you to a website that asks personal information, DO NOT respond. Safety Tips 25

26  NYS Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force SMART rules 26 SAFE – Keep safe by being careful not to give out personal information – including full name and address - to people who you don’t trust online. MEETING – Meeting up with someone you have only been in touch with online can be dangerous. Only do so with your parent’s/carer’s permission and even then only when they can be present. ACCEPTING – Accepting s, IM messages or opening files from people you don’t know can be dangerous – they may contain viruses or nasty messages! RELIABLE – Someone online may be lying about who they are, and information you find on the internet may not be true. Check information and advice on other websites, in books or ask someone who may know. TELL – Tell your parent/carer or teacher if someone or something makes you feel uncomfortable or worried, or you or someone you know is being cyberbullied.

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