Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
0
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
ISC Presentation
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×
Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

ISC Presentation

263

Published on

This is the first annual Internet Safety Conference powerpoint slides presented on August 8, 2009.

This is the first annual Internet Safety Conference powerpoint slides presented on August 8, 2009.

Published in: Spiritual
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
263
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
8
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. Welcome to the Southwest Church of Christ <br />1st Annual Internet Safety Conference<br />
  • 2. Overview<br />Texting: Using It Wisely<br />Social Networking: Facebook, MySpace, Twitter and YouTube<br />General Internet Safety: Protecting Your Kids<br />Pornography: It’s EVERYWHERE<br />
  • 3. LUNCHTIME!<br />
  • 4. Texting<br />Using It Wisely<br />
  • 5. Texting is DANGEROUS<br />On July 11, a teen named AlexaLongeuira fell into an open manhole while texting. <br />The only casualty: her embarrassment and her left shoe. <br />
  • 6. Texting While Driving Really Is Dangerous<br />This isn’t exactly breaking news<br />Statistics show texting while driving increases the risk of an accident by 23-times!<br />The average person looks at a text on their phone for 4.5 seconds – that’s long enough to travel 100 yards at 55 mph<br />Against the law in VA as of July 1<br />46% of teens text while driving<br />
  • 7. Our Kids Are Doing This!<br />70% of Americans send at least one text message per day. <br />40% of cell phone users in the U.S. use texting on a regular basis.<br />This is not a “trend” or a “fad<br />YOU need to be informed<br />
  • 8.
  • 9.
  • 10. Getting the Lingo<br />TTYL<br />Talk to you later<br />
  • 11. Getting the Lingo<br />IDK<br />I don’t know<br />
  • 12. Getting the Lingo<br />LOL<br />Laughing out loud<br />
  • 13. Getting the Lingo<br />POS<br />Parent over shoulder<br />
  • 14. Getting the Lingo<br />AITR<br />Adult in the room<br />
  • 15. Getting the Lingo<br />GNOC<br />Go naked on camera<br />
  • 16. Getting the Lingo<br />M46<br />Meet for sex<br />
  • 17. Using Texting Wisely<br />Texting can be abused, just like everything else. <br />Irresponsibility with texting can have consequences you don’t think about. <br />
  • 18. “Sexting”<br />“New” trend among teens<br />Sending nude pictures or movies via text message to girlfriends/boyfriends, etc. <br />This is dangerous and not to mention wrong<br />20% of teens admit to sending these X-Rated Texts <br />The click of a button can change a teen’s life forever<br />
  • 19. “Sexting”<br />Teens see it as just another way of flirting<br />Teens don’t see the seriousness of the matter<br />There are now cases in 10 states involving “sexting” with Child Pornography charges<br />
  • 20. The Bottom Line<br />We need to be watching our kids. <br />We need to be cognizant of what they are doing. <br />A 14-year old should not have a lock code on their phone that you don’t know about. <br />Kids are less likely to act irresponsibly if they are held accountable for their actions. <br />
  • 21. The Bottom Line<br />Text Messaging can be used wisely. <br />But texting can also be abused. <br />Which is more important: your child’s privacy or their safety?<br />
  • 22. End of Session 1<br />5 –minute break<br />
  • 23. Social Networking<br />
  • 24. Started in 2004 as an intranet social network at Harvard<br />Reportedly worth $40 billion<br />Has overtaken MySpace in number of users: 150 million worldwide<br />“Closed” Social Network<br />
  • 25. You can be as open or as closed as you want to be on Facebook<br />There are privacy settings and account settings on Facebook that you need to be aware of<br />Go to live demo…<br />
  • 26. Don’t put all of your personal info in your profile for everyone to see!<br />Don’t become friends with someone you don’t know. <br />Don’t post pictures you don’t want everyone to see. <br />Don’t post messages or wall posts you don’t want everyone to see. <br />
  • 27. Predecessor to Facebook, but was overtaken by it in 2006<br />Started in 2003 as one of the first widespread Social Networking sites<br />Has over 115M users, only 40% of them active<br />Cut 30% of it’s workforce of 1,000 employees in June 2009<br />Seen as “unsafe” by teens<br />
  • 28. “The next big thing”<br />Has exploded over the past 24 months by adding 45M new users<br />Celebrities like it because they can say what they want without media distortion<br />So WHAT is it?<br />Go to demo…<br />
  • 29. Video sharing site with over 2 billion videos<br />Every minute 10 hrs of video is uploaded to the site<br />Owned by Google<br />The uploading of videos containing defamation, pornography, copyright violations, and material encouraging criminal conduct is prohibited by YouTube’s terms of service. <br />
  • 30. Look out for the Comments section on videos<br />Can you block specific videos?<br />See the Safety Center at the bottom of all pages<br />
  • 31. End of Session 2<br />5-minute break<br />
  • 32. General Internet Safety<br />
  • 33. A Common Sense Approach<br />Just like radio and television before it, internet usage must be regulated<br />Our kids have lives on the internet! Do you know what they’re doing?<br />There are ways for you to keep you and your kids safe while on the web.<br />Privacy vs. Safety<br />
  • 34. Unfortunate Statistics<br />1 in 7 children who use the internet have been sexually solicited.<br />1 in 5 children (10 to 17 years old) receives unwanted sexual solicitations online. 1<br />2 in 5 abductions of children ages 15-17 are due to Internet contact. 2<br />Youth Internet Safety Survey, U.S. Department of Justice, 2001.<br />San Diego Police Department. <br />
  • 35. Monitoring Services and Programs<br />Netsmartz.org<br />OnGuardOnline.gov<br />Spector Pro<br />eBlaster<br />Net Nanny<br />Phone Spy<br />All products can be found and purchased at <br />software4parents.com<br />
  • 36. Browsers<br />Internet Explorer 8 (Microsoft)<br />Firefox3.5 (Mozilla)<br />Chrome 1.1 (Google)<br />Opera 9 (Opera Software)<br />Internet Explorer 6 is phasing out<br />
  • 37. Settings in Internet Explorer 8<br />How do I block websites I don’t want me or my family to see?<br />How do I look at what my kids have been looking at?<br />Can I set limits on how long they can be on the internet?<br />Is there a way to retrieve deleted History?<br />
  • 38. IE Live Demo<br />
  • 39. The Bottom Line<br />Managing your kids’ internet time and content is a full-time job, but it has be done. <br />It comes down to what you will allow<br />Kids need a strong foundation to lean on. If gone unchecked, kids will most likely find trouble on the internet. <br />
  • 40. End of Session 3<br />5-minute break<br />
  • 41. Pornography<br />
  • 42. It’s EVERYWHERE<br />We have all run across some form of pornography while on the internet<br />15% of the internet is pornography<br />$17 billion last year in revenue<br />Largest “consumer” of pornography is the 12-17 age group<br />Over 100,000 sites contain illegal child pornography<br />
  • 43. It’s EVERYWHERE<br />At a 2003 meeting of the AAML, two-thirds of the lawyers said internet pornography played a significant role in the divorces. <br />29% of born-again Christians think it is morally acceptable to view sexually explicit material. <br />47% of families admit that pornography is a problem in their home. <br />
  • 44. So how do we combat it?<br />We are in a constant war. Sex in our media is rampant. <br />There is an entire industry centered around combating pornography addiction. <br />Focus Groups, Books, Websites, and various other means of help are at our disposal. <br />
  • 45. Straight from the Word<br />Psalm 101.3-5 - I will set before my eyesno vile thing. The deeds of faithless men I hate; they will not cling to me.Men of perverse heart shall be far from me; I will have nothing to do with evil.<br />
  • 46. Straight from the Word<br />Luke 11.34 - Your eye is the lamp of your body. When your eyes are good, your whole body also is full of light. But when they are bad, your body also is full of darkness.<br />
  • 47. Straight from the Word<br />Philippians 4.8-9 – Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable–if anything is excellent or praiseworthy–think about such things.<br />

×