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Internet safety quiz for adults. Become a little smarter about what your kids are doing on the Internet.

Internet safety quiz for adults. Become a little smarter about what your kids are doing on the Internet.

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  • 1. An Internet Safety Quiz for Parents itsc.mdl.gnomio.com Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 2. Questions for Parents 1. When chatting online, children often use acronyms and shorthand to communicate. Do you know what “POS” means? a. Plate of spaghetti. b. Parent over shoulder. c. Pray on Sunday. Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 3. Questions for Parents 2. Do you know what “WUF” means? a. What do you feel? b. The sound a dog makes. c. Where are you from? Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 4. Questions for Parents 3. What percentage of kids aged 12-17 use the Internet? a. 50% b. 68% c. 87% Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 5. Questions for Parents 4. Do you know what “911” means? a. Call an ambulance. b. Eleven. c. Someone is watching – parent or guardian. Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 6. Questions for Parents 5. What percentage of teenagers use the Internet from a friend or relatives house? a. 29.2% b. 74% c. 91% Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 7. Questions for Parents 6. Do you know what “RUMORF” means? a. Rumor or fact? b. Are you mad or faking? c. Are you male or female? Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 8. Questions for Parents 7. Do you know what “WTGP” means? a. It’s a radio station call sign. b. Win the game, player! c. Want to go private? Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 9. Questions for Parents 8. Among teens using the Internet, what percentage use social-networking websites like MySpace and Facebook? a. 45% b. 55% c. 35% Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 10. Questions for Parents 9. Several social-networking websites exist just for children to chat and play games with each other online. a. True b. False Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 11. Questions for Parents 10. In January of 2007, how many people visited the most popular social-networking website for children? a. 25 million b. 19 million c. 5 million Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 12. Questions for Parents 11. In January of 2007, how many people visited the second most popular social-networking website for children? a. 500,000 b. 11.3 million c. 2.5 million Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 13. Questions for Parents 12. In a recent survey, ______ percent of teenagers reported receiving an unwanted sexual solicitation online each year? a. 0.02% b. 13% c. 4% Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 14. Questions for Parents 13. Do you know what “LMIRL” means? a. Leave me rolling in laughter. b. It means nothing. c. Let’s meet in real life. Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 15. Questions for Parents 14. In a recent survey, _____ children admitted they consider meeting face-to-face with someone they meet on the Internet. a. 1 in 2 b. 1 in 3 c. 1 in 11 Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 16. Questions for Parents 15. Where can you find more information about Internet safety? a. www.cybertipline.com b. www.illinoisattorneygeneral.gov c. www.netsmartz.org d. All of the above. Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 17. Parents There were a total of 15 questions in this exercise. How many questions do you believe were answered correctly? Let’s review the answers. Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 18. Questions with answers for Parents 1. When chatting online, children often use acronyms and shorthand to communicate. Do you know what “POS” means? a. Plate of spaghetti. b. Parent over shoulder. c. Pray on Sunday. The correct answer is: b Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 19. Questions with answers for Parents 2. Do you know what “WUF” means? a. What do you feel? b. The sound a dog makes. c. Where are you from? The correct answer is: c Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 20. Questions with answers for Parents 3. What percentage of kids aged 12-17 use the Internet? a. 50% b. 68% c. 87% The correct answer is: c Reference: Amanda Lenhart et al, Pew Internet & American Life Project, Teens and Technology (2005), at www.pewinternet.org. Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 21. Questions with answers for Parents 4. Do you know what “911” means? a. Call an ambulance. b. Eleven. c. Someone is watching – parent or guardian. The correct answer is: c Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 22. Questions with answers for Parents 5. What percentage of teenagers use the Internet from a friend or relatives house? a. 29.2% b. 74% c. 91% The correct answer is: b Reference: Amanda Lenhart et al, Pew Internet & American Life Project, Teens and Technology (2005), at www.pewinternet.org. Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 23. Questions with answers for Parents 6. Do you know what “RUMORF” means? a. Rumor or fact? b. Are you mad or faking? c. Are you male or female? The correct answer is: c Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 24. Questions with answers for Parents 7. Do you know what “WTGP” means? a. It’s a radio station call sign. b. Win the game, player! c. Want to go private? The correct answer is: c WTGP is an invitation for your child to chat one-on-one online. Predators typically use such private chat rooms to speak with your child exclusively, and solicit personal information. Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 25. Questions with answers for Parents 8. Among teens using the Internet, what percentage use social-networking websites like MySpace and Facebook? a. 45% b. 55% c. 35% The correct answer is: b Reference: Amanda Lenhart & Mary Madden, Pew Internet & American Life Project, Social Networking Websites and Teens (2007), at www.pewinternet.org. Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 26. Questions with answers for Parents 9. Several social-networking websites exist just for children to chat and play games with each other online. a. True b. False The correct answer is: a Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 27. Questions with answers for Parents 10. In January of 2007, how many people visited the most popular social-networking website for children? a. 25 million b. 19 million c. 5 million The correct answer is: a Reference: Eric Benderoff, Cheating a real problem in Club Penguin’s virtual world, Chi. Trib., Mar. 8, 2007, at 1. Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 28. Questions with answers for Parents 11. In January of 2007, how many people visited the second most popular social-networking website for children? a. 500,000 b. 11.3 million c. 2.5 million The correct answer is: b Reference: Eric Benderoff, Cheating a real problem in Club Penguin’s virtual world, Chi. Trib., Mar. 8, 2007, at 1 Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 29. Questions with answers for Parents 12. In a recent survey, ______ percent of teenagers reported receiving an unwanted sexual solicitation online each year? a. 0.02% b. 13% c. 4% The correct answer is: b Reference: National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, Online victimization of youth: 5 years later (2006), at www.unh.edu/ccrc. Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 30. Questions with answers for Parents 13. Do you know what “LMIRL” means? a. Leave me rolling in laughter. b. It means nothing. c. Let’s meet in real life. The correct answer is: c LMIRL means “let’s meet in real life.” Parents should pay close attention for this shorthand because predators often spend time chatting on the Internet in an effort to make children feel comfortable before inviting them to meet personally – in real life. Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 31. Questions with answers for Parents 14. In a recent survey, _____ children admitted they consider meeting face-to-face with someone they meet on the Internet. a. 1 in 2 b. 1 in 3 c. 1 in 11 The correct answer is: b Reference: Press Release, Children’s Advocate John Walsh et al., New Study Reveals 14% of Teens Have Had Face-to-Face Meetings with People They’ve Met on the Internet (May 11, 2006), at www.coxenterprises.com. Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 32. Questions with answers for Parents 15. Where can you find more information about Internet safety? a. www.cybertipline.com b. www.illinoisattorneygeneral.gov c. www.netsmartz.org d. All of the above. The correct answer is: d Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.
  • 33. Are there any Questions? This concludes the Quiz Questions and Answer Review Segment. The information provided to you may assist in the continuing efforts to heighten awareness about the proper use of technology resources and the Internet. Internet safety information provided by the Illinois Attorney General.