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  • WelcomePurpose of the presentation – Outline some of the key dangers of the internet and mobile devices enable you to make decisions about your childs access to technologyEnable you to engage at home with your children about the dangersAllow you to support your children as they continue to lead the way with technologyProtect your investment in tech at home.
  • What do you know already about what your children do online, where they are, who they are communicating with?How do we limit access to dangers? Old advice put the computer in a public place in the house, no longer possible with the number of internet enabled devices.
  • Setting the scene, digital native – videoMarc Prensky 2001 – on the horizon – described children as the digital natives, growing up with a mouse and keyboard before pen and paper. Parents/adults/oldies are the immigrants in their world.Would you know how to do this.
  • Quiz time, lets set the scene a little more -
  • SPAM – not a tinned meat product, but unwanted junk mail/adverts etcetc
  • Massive amount of digital media being placed online at the moment, people are becoming more willing to share their life online.Websites are created to allow this to happen, these social networking sites are coming and going as trends change.
  • Online friendships come and go as much as real friendships, there is a trend to trust and communicate with the online friends in a more direct way than their real world friends.
  • New language how many times have your children LOL`d at you LOL laugh Out Loud……Text speak/ online abbreviations coding…. New language for you to understand.
  • Temptation to meet with people they have met online, they know them right?
  • If they should meet it would be safe to take an adult, but
  • 8% did take adults with them, why?
  • Parents watching their childrens online actions is the 1st line of defence….
  • CEOP – real police fighting real crimes against real young people.
  • How conntected are your children?Old days (1999-2000) PC/Laptop OnlyThen games, handheld gamesNow TV, Phones Cyber Café`s101 different ways for young people to communicate and access the internet based resources. How can we monitor our children online?
  • Why so connected.Share everything,up-to-date information, multitasking different media.Get access to videos/music on demand.Because its there and their friends do…
  • Not just teens accessing social online environments. A preteen social game where you can meet new online friends.
  • Not just teens accessing social online environments. A preteen social game where you can meet new online friends.
  • Facebook – one example of social networking used massively around the world for networking with friends.
  • What is the scale of face book use?
  • When a face book account is created, you tick a box to say you agree to the terms and conditions, who ever reads these things, maybe if you did you would begin to worry.Girls here in year 6/7 have said they know that some year 5`s and younger are one the site.Some quotes from girls here during these discussion's have been around the “yeah you just make up your DOB and its lets you in”
  • How about a chat with a random person from anywhere in the world… Not in real life, why in your online life..
  • Some websites encourage contributions on themes. Little gossip now closed, encouraged pupils/students to add gossip about people they know in school including teachers.
  • Chat rooms where you can select your catogary, see the topics on the right, search for people by gender and age.
  • Watch TV programs from anywhere in the world for free, and online.
  • Download any music for free and online – must be a catch, you are risking a virus on your PC….
  • BBM – chatting on their phones, BBM and IM application on the mobile phones that allows “free” chat without knowing phone numbers.
  • Trace/track a mobile
  • Breeching copyright – Limewire Peer-Peer file sharing. It seems to be fine to download music without paying but its just as “bad” as shop lifting – ask why they download, everyone else does it…..Virus – From Limewire/email/sharing photos and videos. If you allow this activity on your home computer YOU are wide open to virus being installed o your PC then who know what could happen, delete data, access your bank accounts, send “inappropriate” emails from your accountBullying – Email/Text/social networking.Phishing/Scams – Social networking/Email. How many emails have you had from your bank saying they need to update their security details..Theft – Mobile phones/handheld devices – new devices very appealing to thevies, are your children safe with the iphone on show…Identity Theft – You/Your credit cards/bank accounts
  • http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-12264752http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-guernsey-11606289
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    3. 3. "The Internet is an uncharted world,"<br />"It's a world that parents don't know, but kids do. Parents would be shocked to see what goes on."<br />Detectives set bait for Web predators<br />October 05, 2007|By Katie Fretland, Sentinel Staff Writer<br />
    4. 4. Digital Native or Immigrant?<br />
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    6. 6. Question 1<br />You may well know what SPAM is but what is SPIM?<br />Unsolicited emails asking for your banking details<br />An automated online virus which sends unsolicited messages to you in instant messenger chat<br />Tinned processed meat<br />An online game played in instant messenger chat<br />
    7. 7. Question 1<br />You may well know what SPAM is but what is SPIM?<br />Unsolicited emails asking for your banking details<br />An automated online virus which sends unsolicited messages to you in instant messenger chat<br />Tinned processed meat<br />An online game played in instant messenger chat<br />
    8. 8. Question 2<br />Which one of these is NOT a social networking site?<br />Bebo<br />Friends reunited<br />Facebook<br />Windows Live Messenger<br />
    9. 9. Question 2<br />Which one of these is NOT a social networking site?<br />Bebo<br />Friends reunited<br />Facebook<br />Windows Live Messenger<br />
    10. 10. Question 3<br />On average, how many online friends do 11-15 year olds have that they have not met in the real world ?*<br />Between 1 and 50<br />Between 51 and 100<br />Between 100 and 500<br />Over 500<br />*  Based on CEOP data 2007<br />
    11. 11. Question 3<br />On average, how many online friends do 11-15 year olds have that they have not met in the real world ?*<br />Between 1 and 50<br />Between 51 and 100<br />Between 100 and 500<br />Over 500<br />*  Based on CEOP data 2007<br />
    12. 12. Question 4<br />In text / online language, POS means?<br />Point of sale<br />Parent over shoulder<br />Play outside<br />Personal online service<br />
    13. 13. Question 4<br />In text / online language, POS means?<br />Point of sale<br />Parent over shoulder<br />Play outside<br />Personal online service<br />
    14. 14. Question 5<br />When surveyed, how many children aged between 11-16 said they met up with someone in the real world that they first met online? *<br />1 in 10 (10%)<br />1 in 8 (15%)<br />1 in 4 (25%)<br />1 in 3 (33%)<br />*  Based on CEOP data 2007<br />
    15. 15. Question 5<br />When surveyed, how many children aged between 11-16 said they met up with someone in the real world that they first met online? *<br />1 in 10 (10%)<br />1 in 8 (15%)<br />1 in 4 (25%)<br />1 in 3 (33%)<br />*  Based on CEOP data 2007<br />
    16. 16. Question 5(a)<br />And of that percentage, how many children took a trusted adult or parent with them? *<br />84%<br />60%<br />21%<br />8%<br />*  Based on CEOP data 2007<br />
    17. 17. Question 5(a)<br />And of that percentage, how many children took a trusted adult or parent with them? *<br />84%<br />60%<br />21%<br />8%<br />*  Based on CEOP data 2007<br />
    18. 18. Question 6<br />According to Ofcom, what percentage of 5-7 year olds use the internet unsupervised?<br />69%<br />10%<br />21%<br />85%<br />
    19. 19. Question 6<br />According to Ofcom, what percentage of 5-7 year olds use the internet unsupervised?<br />69%<br />10%<br />21%<br />85%<br />
    20. 20. Question 7<br />If your child came to you with concerns about someone they had met online, what would you do?<br />Contact your local police<br />Talk to your child and encourage them to block contact with that person<br />Report to CEOP via the red ‘Report Abuse’ button on www.ceop.gov.uk or www.thinkuknow.co.uk<br />All of the above<br />
    21. 21. Question 7<br />If your child came to you with concerns about someone they had met online, what would you do?<br />Contact your local police<br />Talk to your child and encourage them to block contact with that person<br />Report to CEOP via the red ‘Report Abuse’ button on www.ceop.gov.uk or www.thinkuknow.co.uk<br />All of the above<br />
    22. 22. "MySpace is like the Super Wal-Mart for predators,"<br />John Gay - specializes in Internet crimes:<br />
    23. 23. How connected?<br />
    24. 24. Social Experience<br />
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    27. 27. Social Networking<br />
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    29. 29. People on Facebook<br />More than 500 million active users<br />50% of our active users log on to Facebook in any given day<br />Average user has 130 friends<br />People spend over 700 billion minutes per month on Facebook<br />
    30. 30. Mobile Facebook<br />There are more than 200 million active users currently accessing Facebook through their mobile devices. <br />People that use Facebook on their mobile devices are twice as active on Facebook than non-mobile users.<br />
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    32. 32. Don’t tell the kids you know!!<br />
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    38. 38. Google Latitude<br />LIVE DEMO<br />
    39. 39. The Dangers<br />Breaking copyright – Limewire Peer-Peer file sharing.<br />Virus – From Limewire/email/sharing photos and videos.<br />Bullying – Email/Text/social networking<br />Phishing/Scams – Social networking/Email<br />Theft – Mobile phones/handheld devices<br />Identity Theft – You/Your credit cards/bank accounts<br />
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    51. 51. Top Tips<br />Help your children to understand that they should never give out personal details<br />Make your children aware that they need to think carefully about the information and pictures they post on their profiles<br />Help your child to understand that some people lie online <br />They should never meet up with any strangers without an adult they trust<br />Always keep communication open for a child to know that it's never too late to tell someone if something makes them feel uncomfortable<br />
    52. 52. Top Tips 2<br />Get to know your child’s online habits<br />Stay alert to any sudden changes in mood, appearance, change in habits or to increased secretiveness<br />Spend some time surfing the internet yourself<br />Install internet filtering software showing a Child Safety Online Kitemark on your computer. <br />
    53. 53. Information sources<br />www.thinkuknow.co.uk: the main UK Government website with advice for parents on how to keep children safe online<br />www.ceop.police.uk: the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) is the Government body dedicated to eradicating abuse of children<br />www.iwf.org.uk: the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) works to remove illegal material from the internet<br />A number of specialist websites contain general advice that may be of help to parents. www.nspcc.org.uk, www.nch.org.uk, www.barnardos.org.uk, and www.beatbullying.org. www.parentlineplus.org.uk<br />
    54. 54. http://www.childnet-int.org/ - Fun activities for all the family from international childrens organisation.<br />http://www.bbc.co.uk/webwise/course/safety/menu.shtml - BBC produced site for adults and young people<br />http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/help/web/staysafe- Fun site with activities and videos for young children.<br />http://www.childline.org.uk/explore/onlinesafety/Pages/OnlineSafety.aspx- from the same people that provide the much used telephone help lines for young people<br />http://www.getsafeonline.org/ - Activities and advice for .. The name says it all<br />

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