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Your online reputation or digital footprint is important to manage.

Your online reputation or digital footprint is important to manage.



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  • Your digital reputationorWhy digital marks are hard to erase
    By Marty Daniel –
  • How are you connected?
  • The Internet never forgets
    Any picture you post or comment you make lives in a virtual afterlife etched into archives, algorithms and a web of hyperlinks.
  • 81% of children under the age of two currently have some form of online presence —
  • 93% of teens 12-17 use the Internet regularlyto …
  • Teens
    69% have updated their status on social networking sites to include their physical location
    51% say they’ve given out personal information online to someone they don’t know in the offline world
    43% shared their first name
    24% shared their email address
    8% shared a personal photo of themselves
    12% shared cell phone number
    28% chat with people they don’t know in the offline world
    COPPA or the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act requires U.S.-based websites that collect personal information from people under the age of 13 to obtain permission from parents or guardians before asking for such data
  • CIPA
    • CIPA or The Children’s Internet Protection Act requires that schools and libraries who receive E-rate discounts on technology must block or filter Internet access to pictures that are:
    (a) obscene,
    (b) child pornography, or
    (c) harmful to minors (for computers that are accessed by minors)
  • What’s a parent to do?
    Talk to your teen:
    • What are the coolest or newest websites?
    • Will you show me your favorite sites?
    • How do you know this friend?
    • Where did they find this photo?
    Friend your teen on Facebook (but please Mom, no embarrassing baby pics or comments ;-)
    Encourage you teen to become creative on the Internet with Flickr, Wikis, Blogs, etc.
    Have an unplugged dinner at least once a week.
  • Disconnect to connect
  • For more information
    • Facebook:
    • To Be or Not To Be …..
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