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Lisa Jolynn Elrod I NTERNET S AFETY MICROSOFT CLIPART
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C YBERBULLYING Never respond to harassing or rude comments. Save or print the evidence. Talk to your parents or guardian if you are harassed; get help reporting this to your ISP, school, or local law enforcement. Respect others online. Only share your password with your parent or guardian. Change your passwords often. Password protect your cell phone. Use privacy settings to block unwanted messages. Think before posting or sending photos – they could be used to hurt you. Contact the site administrator if someone creates a social networking page in your name.
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Never give out your personal information online. Don't use your real name in your screen name. Keep your password to yourself. Read the rules and privacy options for websites that let you connect with others online. Only share stuff online that you don't mind anyone seeing. Once you post something online, it stays online. Don't download anything if you don't know who it's from. Keep your online friendships online. And finally, if you feel unsafe, tell an adult. HTTP :// WWW. NICK. COM / CLUB / PARENTS - ONLINE - SAFETY - GUIDE. HTML
Keep safe by being careful not to give out your personal information - such as your name, email, home address, school name or phone number - to people online... Meeting someone you have only been in touch with online can be dangerous... Accepting emails, messages on IM or opening files, pictures or texts from people you don’t know or trust can lead to problems... Someone online may be lying about who they are... Tell your parent or carer if someone or something makes you feel uncomfortable or worried…
“ Sexting” usually refers to teens sharing nude photos via cellphone, but it’s happening on other devices and the Web too. The practice can have serious legal and psychological consequences, so – teens and adults – consider these tips!
It’s illegal: Don’t take or send nude or sexually suggestive photos of yourself or anyone else. If you do, even if they’re of you or you pass along someone else’s – you could be charged with producing or distributing child pornography. If you keep them on your phone or computer you could be charged with possession. If they go to someone in another state (and that happens really easily), it’s a federal felony. Non-legal consequences: Then there’s the emotional (and reputation) damage that can come from having intimate photos of yourself go to a friend who can become an ex-friend and send it to everyone you know. Not only can they be sent around; they can be distributed and archived online for people to search for pretty much forever. HTTP :// WWW. SAFETEENS. COM / TEEN - SEXTING - TIPS /
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