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Safety & Ethics in Class & Everyday Use

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8th Grader work on safety and ethics unit.

8th Grader work on safety and ethics unit.

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  • 1. By: Darby White Safety and Ethics
  • 2.
    • Don’t give it out to anyone, even if he/she is your Best Friend.
    • Memorize it, so you won’t forget it.
    Password
  • 3.
    • Do not give out your :
    • Full name
    Personal Information
    • Address
    • E-mail Address
    • Phone Number
    • School Name
  • 4.
    • You should tell your parents if someone threatens you or is saying mean things to you.
    Chat Rooms
  • 5.
    • Don’t give it out, even if they tell you they are old friends of your family.
    • Someone could find out many things just by your E-Mail Address.
    E-mail
  • 6.
    • Do not put your:
    • Full name, age, or where you live.
    Username
  • 7.
    • You should always be nice while online, so you don’t get anyone on your bad side.
    Netiquette
  • 8.
    • Don’t be prejudice against:
    • someone’s skin color
    • someone's gender
    • someone's religion
    Hate Mail