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Rule #1 I will not give out ANY personal information! not your phone #not your parents phone # not your address not your full name not your school name
Rule #2 I will tell my parents/teacher right away if I come across anything that makes me feel uncomfortable
Rule #3 I will never, ever agree to meet someone that I meet online without first checking with my parents.
Rule #4 I will never send a person my picture or anything else without your parents permission
Rule # 5 I will not take part in or respond to Cyber bullying. I will let my parents know if anyone is being mean or using inappropriate language while online
Rule #6 The only people who should know my password(s) are my parents and my teachers.
Rule #7 At home I will check with my parents before downloading or installing software. At school I will never download or install any software.
Rule #8 I will let my parents know which websites I visit
Rule #9 I will follow the Internet Safety rules in order to stay safe while online!
Rule #10 Have Fun!
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