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  • 1. Safe Social Media for Positive Social Change
  • 2. Contents• Introduction: Did you know?• What do you give when you register?• What do I need to know to stay safe on Facebook?• Twitter: Keeping Your Account Secure• Blogging: Introduce other NOT BlogSpot or Wordpress and Online Petition: Change.org• Tips for Geeks
  • 3. Introduction: Did you know?• Internet usage has risen around 1,500% bwt 2007 – end of 2011.• By December 2011 the country had 755,000 Internet users = 5%• Licensed 37 ISPs (a license costs $25,000)• Most Cambodian have access to a mobile phone (93%), and around half own a phone.• Draft of Internet Law (Cyber law)• No research of Cambodia online internet users behavior• Password with 20 digits can be cracked only 24hs
  • 4. What do you give when you register?• Your full names• Addresses• DOB• Location• Occupation• Marriage Statue• Age• Credit card number• Gender• School/University
  • 5. What do I need to know to stay safe on Facebook?• Privacy Setting• Intellectual Property• Statement of Rights and Responsibilities• Reporting a Violation
  • 6. What do I need to know to stay safe on Facebook?• Never share your password.• Think before you post. Each comment and photo builds your online presence.• Adjust your privacy settings and review them often.• Accept friend requests only from people you know personally.• Report content and timelines that look suspicious.
  • 7. Twitter: Keeping Your Account Secure• Safe Tweeting: The Basics We want Twitter to be a safe and open community. This help page provides some information and tips to help you practice safe Tweeting and keep your account secure. Here are some basics:a. Use a strong password.b. Watch out for suspicious links, and always make sure you’re on Twitter.com before you enter your login information.c. Use HTTPS for improved security.d. Dont give your username and password out to untrusted third-parties, especially those promising to get you followers or make you money.e. Make sure your computer and operating system is up-to- date with the most recent patches, upgrades, and anti- virus software.• Use a Strong and Unique Password• Use HTTPS for Improved Security
  • 8. Blogging and Online Campaign• Favorite Blog in Cambodia: Wordpress; Blogspot• Introduce to http://storify.com/• Posterous.com• Change.org• Visit: – http://freethe15.wordpress.com – http://sahrika.wordpress.com
  • 9. Tips for Geeks• See who are using your Gmail• iPhone and iPad app (Your own morning newspaper)• HideMyAssDotCom (Open restricted website)• Using http and https• PiPl.com (See your post online)• Live Stream Tweet on your blog
  • 10. STAY SAFE. BUT DON’T BE AFRAID! Thank You!