Sean MacEntee (Flickr)
Meet Ashleigh
Hall
An ordinary 17 year old teenager
-Well-liked by her peers
-Dreamed of becoming a child
minder
Major fea...
One day, Ashleigh disappeared after
telling her mom she was going to
sleep over at her friend’s house
Clipart (Google Imag...
Truth is…
Ashleigh was
actually going
out to meet up
with a teenaged
boy she met on
Facebook
Pixabay.com (Google Images)
That “teenage” boy turned out to be a
33 year old convicted double rapist
who posed as a teenager to lure
Ashleigh
Wikimed...
Ashleigh was instantly kidnapped, raped,
and killed by the 33 year old rapist.
Her mother and family never saw her again…	...
Wikimedia Commons (Google Images)
Why tell Ashleigh’s story?
Stefan Baudy (Flickr)
All images taken from Flickr
All images taken from FlickrAboywithfish.com (Google Images)
“72% of teens have a social networking
profile and 47% have a public profile
viewable by anyone”- Cox Communications Teen ...
“55% of teens have given out personal
information, photos, and physical descriptions to
someone they don’t know”- Teen Fac...
“67% of teenagers
say they know
how to hide what
they do from
parents”- Teen Facebook Statistics, Top
Ten Reviews
Myth-os....
Flickr
Edith Soto (Flickr)
2,332 arrests for
Internet sex crimes
against minors
involved
social networking
sites
LLewleyn Williams a.k.a. SCUD (Flick...
81% of internet initiated crimes involving
a social networking site were more likely
to result in a face-to-face meeting.
...
Don’t make the same
mistake Ashleigh made
Kat N.L.M (Flickr)
Sources
Works Cited
™  "30 Statistics about Teens and Social Networking - TopTenREVIEWS."
TopTenREVIEWS. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 May 2...
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Film 260 Flipbook:Cybersafety

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Teens don’t often recognize that without proper cyber safety precautions, they could be risking not only their privacy, but their physical safety as well.

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Film 260 Flipbook:Cybersafety

  1. 1. Sean MacEntee (Flickr)
  2. 2. Meet Ashleigh Hall An ordinary 17 year old teenager -Well-liked by her peers -Dreamed of becoming a child minder Major features of her everyday life: Internet + Mobile phone Total Facebook Friends: ≈400 Pixabay.com (Google Images)
  3. 3. One day, Ashleigh disappeared after telling her mom she was going to sleep over at her friend’s house Clipart (Google Images)
  4. 4. Truth is… Ashleigh was actually going out to meet up with a teenaged boy she met on Facebook Pixabay.com (Google Images)
  5. 5. That “teenage” boy turned out to be a 33 year old convicted double rapist who posed as a teenager to lure Ashleigh Wikimedia Commons (Google Images)
  6. 6. Ashleigh was instantly kidnapped, raped, and killed by the 33 year old rapist. Her mother and family never saw her again… Ecantipur.com (Google Images)
  7. 7. Wikimedia Commons (Google Images)
  8. 8. Why tell Ashleigh’s story? Stefan Baudy (Flickr)
  9. 9. All images taken from Flickr
  10. 10. All images taken from FlickrAboywithfish.com (Google Images)
  11. 11. “72% of teens have a social networking profile and 47% have a public profile viewable by anyone”- Cox Communications Teen Internet Safety Survey Sean MacEntee (Flickr)
  12. 12. “55% of teens have given out personal information, photos, and physical descriptions to someone they don’t know”- Teen Facebook Statistics, Top Ten Reviews LLewleyn Williams a.k.a. SCUD (Flickr) Paul. Klintworh (Flickr)
  13. 13. “67% of teenagers say they know how to hide what they do from parents”- Teen Facebook Statistics, Top Ten Reviews Myth-os.com (Google Images)
  14. 14. Flickr Edith Soto (Flickr)
  15. 15. 2,332 arrests for Internet sex crimes against minors involved social networking sites LLewleyn Williams a.k.a. SCUD (Flickr)
  16. 16. 81% of internet initiated crimes involving a social networking site were more likely to result in a face-to-face meeting. Martin Gommel (Flickr)
  17. 17. Don’t make the same mistake Ashleigh made
  18. 18. Kat N.L.M (Flickr)
  19. 19. Sources
  20. 20. Works Cited ™  "30 Statistics about Teens and Social Networking - TopTenREVIEWS." TopTenREVIEWS. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 May 2014. <http://facebook-parental- controls-review.toptenreviews.com/30-statistics-about-teens-and-social- networking.html>. ™  "Internet Safety Tips for High School Kids." Reviews & Age Ratings. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 May 2014. <https://www.commonsensemedia.org/blog/internet-safety-tips- for-high-school-kids>. ™  "InternetSafety101.org: Statistics." InternetSafety101.org: Statistics. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 May 2014. <http://www.internetsafety101.org/Socialmediastats.htm>. ™  "Predators on Social Networks." About.com Internet / Network Security. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 May 2014. <http://netsecurity.about.com/od/newsandeditoria2/a/ socialpredators.htm>. ™  Stokes, Paul. "Ashleigh Hall: 'one mistake' cost teenager her life." The Telegraph. Telegraph Media Group, 30 Jan. 2008. Web. 23 May 2014. <http:// www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/7398085/Ashleigh-Hall-one-mistake- cost-teenager-her-life.html>.

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