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Web2.0 Class Safety Guidelines



A safety guideline for

A safety guideline for



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  • Web 2.0 Class Guidelines For your safety :-)
  • #1- Stay safe.
    • Are you  under 18?
      • parents/adults are responsible for your safety both offline and online, but even when we are not around- STAY SAFE
      • watch out for each other (no bad sites, offensive language- click AWAY and tell an adult).
  • #2- Protect Your Name!
      • Do NOT under any circumstances, use your entire name (first and last) on any website, shared video, shared audio, or other shared presentation.
      • Instead, use a code name (like "geeksquad" or "princess50") or, use an initial to represent your first name, OR first name only.
  • #3- Protect your personal information!
      • Do NOT share your address
      • Do NOT share your phone number
      • Do NOT share the names of your family members
    • Also never give away any of the following information:
      • Full name
      • Home address
      • Phone number
      • Social Security number
      • Passwords
      • Credit card numbers
  • #4- Protect Your Passwords
      • Keep your password in a safe place where only you can find it.  
      • Your password is information to be kept private.  You should let a parent or adult keep your password list as a backup in case you lose it.  No one else should have your password.
      • Make your password difficult for others to learn and memorize.
  • #5- Stay positive and clean    
      • All posts or comments you create online should be kept CLEAN of all profanity.
      • Your comments and posts should also stay positive
      • Your comments and posts should steer clear of cyberbullying or responding to cyberbullies
      • Respect one another
  • Parent Resources To Try
    • Your parents might want to install any of the following safeguard browsers on your computer:
      • Open DNS - https://store.opendns.com/setup/computer/  This is a VERY GOOD open source program that protects against offensive site, popups, spam, adware, and malware scripts. You can protect one computer at a time, or a whole network of computers in your household.  (This one is required for our class and is a FREE download).
      • Buddy Browser - this is a great resource for younger siblings.  If you have younger brothers and sisters, your parents might want to use this fun and safe browser for their online surfing.
    • Any questions?
    • Contact me by:
      • Email - demetria@demetriazinga.com
      • Skype- demetriazinga