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Slides from my Introduction to Cybersafety presentation at the 2010 Fall CUE Conference.

Slides from my Introduction to Cybersafety presentation at the 2010 Fall CUE Conference.

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  • 6 minute clip discussing cyberpredator statistics and cyberbullying statistics

  • “The publicity about online ‘predators’ who prey on naive children using trickery and violence is largely inaccurate.” - American Psychologist 2008
    56% of Internet-initiated sex crimes were committed by people known by the victim (2005)
    14% of online solicitations are from friends and acquaintances (2008)







  • Online chat is frequently correlated with a poor home environment and engaging in other risky behaviors (2004)



  • “Online bullies use a number of technologies, such as instant-messenger (IM), text and multimedia messaging on a cell phone, e-mail, social network sites, and other websites.” - Teens and Social Media 2007
  • Jump In Jump Out YouTube Video
  • 6 minute clip introducing social networking
  • Mention WoW, impersonating by logging into someone else’s account
    Show first 2 minutes of 4 minute clip
  • Discuss newspapers, YouTube, other places that flaming occurs regularly
  • Harassing - YouTube video and comments of kids picking on another kid
    Denigrating - YouTube videos taken by camera phone of teachers
  • 2 minute news story of fake MySpace profile
  • 2 minute clip of Top 5 ways kids risk their identity online



  • 67% of teenagers report that offline bullying occurs more than online bullying (2006)
    “54% of grade 7 students were victims of traditional bullying and less than half that number (25%) were victims of cyberbullying.” - Computers in Human Behavior 2007






Transcript

  • 1. CyberCitizenship Awareness of Cyberstalking, Cyberbullying, and Cybersafety
  • 2. Student Uses of Technology • Bypass Internet filters • Creating ringtones • Making money • Multiple uses for cell phones • Online chat • Video chat • Post pictures and videos • Programming and Productivity
  • 3. Online Student Safety Issues • Cyberbullies • Inappropriate websites • Information literacy • Online predators • Sharing too much information • Social networks
  • 4. Cyber-what? • Cyberstalking: use of technology to find and take advantage of people • Cyberbullying: use of technology for social cruelty • Cybersafety: safe and responsible use of technology
  • 5. Saturday Night Life MySpace and You http://www.hulu.com/watch/1420/saturday-night-live-myspace
  • 6. Cyberstalking (2006) • 4% of youth Internet users received “aggressive” solicitations • 1 in 7 received unwanted solicitations • .08% met someone without parents’ permission • Most victims voluntarily meet with Internet offenders
  • 7. Cybercrimes against children? • Child Pornography • Child Enticement • Cyberbullying
  • 8. Child Pornography • It’s not what you think • Not children in bathtubs • How bad is it? • 20,000 personal computers in Virginia • How is it distributed?
  • 9. Peer-to-Peer (P2P) • BitTorrent, Limewire, KaZaa, etc... • Trade pictures, video, software • Trade pornography • Trade child pornography • If you search for pornography, you will find child pornography
  • 10. Child Enticement • Children need to be protected • Many teens think it’s not sex if you can’t get pregnant • It’s not MySpace - It’s what they say... • The things that people say or leave online are pretty permanent
  • 11. http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_xj0h9Pm9zyg/SSc7VyOF06I/AAAAAAAABRw/KeStQC2bDUo/s1600-h/ stupidity+internet.jpg
  • 12. Why be Cybersafe? • 96% of youth Internet users use social networking • 9-17 yr olds spend @9 hrs/week • @30% have their own web sites • @41% post comments on discussion boards weekly
  • 13. Internet Photos http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SGlrAhtQC24
  • 14. Think Before You Post http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4w4_Hrwh2XI
  • 15. Cyberbully • Children (and adults) get bolder online • Lack of feedback prevents people from knowing when they’ve gone too far • It can lead to suicide (and has)...
  • 16. Cyberbullying • Text Messages • Cameraphone Messages • Instant Messages • Chat Rooms • Discussion Boards • Social Networking Groups • Videos
  • 17. Jump In Jump Out http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YdbFXx4BlXg&p=B5B79019A46428EA&playnext=1&index=4
  • 18. What is Social Networking?
  • 19. Why Cyberbully? • Flame • Harass and Denigrate • Impersonate • Trick • Exclude
  • 20. Flaming
  • 21. Harassing and Denigrating
  • 22. Impersonating
  • 23. Tricking
  • 24. Statistics (2006) • 42% have been bullied online • 35% have been threatened online • 53% (admit) bullying online • 58% have not told parents/adult about online bullying or threats
  • 25. Cyberbully • Cyberbullying often related to bullying • Girls more active online communicators • Relationship break-up? • Put-downs and Get-backs
  • 26. Cyberbullied • Wannabe • Bully or bullied at school • Socially at-risk • Sexual orientation
  • 27. Bullying (1997) • Occurs in school playgrounds every 7 mins and every 25 mins in classrooms • 83% of students say watching bullying makes them feel uncomfortable • 57% of bullying stops within 10 seconds when peers intervene • By 24, 60% of bullies have a criminal conviction
  • 28. Appropriate Responses • Don’t respond or meet • Save proof • Block communications • Tell an adult • Contact ISP or service • Contact parents • Contact authorities or an attorney
  • 29. Sexting on Prime-Time Television “Chuck” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gb_bLe9uSzM
  • 30. Sexting
  • 31. Other Considerations • Google yourself • Search for “your name” at Google • Set up a Google alert for your name or site • www.google.com/alerts
  • 32. Got Data? • Project Tomorrow: Speak Up • www.tomorrow.org • Student, Staff, Parent Surveys • Free Data Results
  • 33. Bibliography • Bullying.org • www.bullying.org • Enhancing Child Safety and Online Technologies • http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/pubrelease/isttf/ • Netsmartz • http://www.netsmartz.org/safety/statistics.htm