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1 How to stay safe online A guide for students

2 e-Safety e-Safety relies on selecting appropriate privacy levels, knowing how to behave online and understanding the risks of using the Internet and mobile technologies

3 We will be looking at 5 main areas of e-safety Social Networking Chatrooms and Instant Messaging (IM) Cyberbullying Mobile phones

4 Social Networking platforms are basically websites with applications which help connect friends using different tools like blogs, profiles and photos Social Networking

5 Be careful what information you give out on your profile. Remember that you don’t know who your friend’s friends are…or your friend’s friend’s friends... Do you know all of your online friends?

6 Social Networking You don’t know what they’ll do with your picture or your personal details if you give them out. Don’t forget once a picture is out on the net it’s out there forever and may cause unfavourable attention and unwanted consequences…..

7 Consequences Film

8 Social Networking Privacy settings on Facebook

9 Digital Dirt Film

10 General Rules Legitimate banks and businesses NEVER ask for your password or personal details by . If it seems to good to be true…IT IS! You can’t win a lottery you haven’t entered! If you’re not expecting an attachment in an be suspicious. Contact the sender BEFORE opening it! If an is from someone you don’t know and contains an attachment do NOT open it – just delete it. If you are not sure an is genuine call the bank/business/person that ed you and confirm it was them that sent it.

11 Chatrooms and Instant Messaging (IM)

12 Chatrooms and Instant Messaging Even when you have been chatting to the same person for ages and you think that you know them, remember it’s very easy to lie on the internet…

13 Chatrooms and Instant Messaging Be careful not to share too much information in chatrooms, you don’t know who is listening If you wouldn’t be comfortable yelling it out in a crowded room, it’s best not to write it in a chatroom

14 i-Smart Film

15 Cyberbullying What is it? …the use of the Internet or mobiles to harass, threaten, embarrass, or target another person. Kidshealth.org

16 Cyberbullying This type of bullying affects people not just at college but everywhere, even at home 24/7 and can have devastating effects. What should you do?

17 Report Cyber-bullying Tell someone Save Evidence Block the bully Don’t reply or retaliate to things they say or do Contact your mobile service provider

18 Mobile Phones  Who knows your mobile number?  Only give your number to people you can trust and never online.  Don’t put your number on your social networking profile.

19 Global Positioning System (GPS)  GPS can pinpoint your exact location  Some Apps and phones have built in GPS  Your contacts will be shown on a map  They can see exactly where you are! Scary if you have contacts on your profile that you don’t know or trust! (Thinkyouknow.com)

20 Camera phones  Be careful if you share your photos with others  Pictures can be altered or shared around  Think about what the image is and who you are sending it to Once it’s out there … it’s out there forever! (Thinkyouknow.com)

21 Film - Exposed

22 If things go a step too far, report directly to Click CEOP


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