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CfS Social Networking MS
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CfS Social Networking MS
CfS Social Networking MS
CfS Social Networking MS
CfS Social Networking MS
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CfS Social Networking MS

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Presentation given to multiple groups in the community on internet safety

Presentation given to multiple groups in the community on internet safety

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  • 1. Social Networking & Internet Safety Carolina Friends School January 30, 2008 Sharon Guillory & Matthew Ross
  • 2. Social Networking Online communities for people who share backgrounds/interests. Provide interactive tools such as email, blogging, discussion groups, chat, file sharing, etc. Provide groups catering to special interests and other common bonds such as geographic area, schools, clubs.
  • 3. Popular sites Myspace.com - 289 million registered users - Minimum age - 14 Facebook.com - 73.5 million registered users - Minimum age - 13 Xanga.com - 40 million registered users - Minimum age - 13 source: http://en.wikipedia.com/wiki/List_of_social_networking_websites
  • 4. Age Restrictions???
  • 5. User Privacy MySpace - Users can make profiles private, many users don’t - Information leaks out anyway via search feature and friends’ posts Facebook - Slightly more secure than MySpace - Must be a ‘friend’ or in same Group to see profile - Open to all, but Group admission is often restricted by email address. (ex. to join a College group, user must have a valid college email address) Xanga - User blocking allows users to block certain individuals - Protected Posting and Locking features allow users to restrict access to specified individuals
  • 6. Potential Problems CyberBullying - through Email, IM, chat rooms Exploitation by Internet predators - inappropriate online relationships - dangerous face-to-face meetings Damage to reputation - online photos can be altered and reposted - college admissions offices and prospective employers are watching!
  • 7. Exploitation & Reputation Damage What you need to know about: Information Leaks - On purpose, both innocent & malicious - Accidental, often by friends Sources of Information Leaks: - Self - Friends - Businesses - School - Government
  • 8. How it’s done Let’s go to the Internet and look at a few examples of Information Leaks
  • 9. Resources Center for Safe and Responsible Internet Use http://www.cyberbully.org Criddle, Linda. Look Both Ways. Redmond: Microsoft Press, 2006. Federal Bureau of Investigation - Parent’s Guide to Internet Safety http://www.fbi.gov/publications/pguide/pguidee.htm Federal Trade Commission http://ftc.gov/bcp/conline/pubs/credit/freereports.shtm Free annual credit checks http://annualcreditreport.com
  • 10. More Resources National Center for Missing & Exploited Children / Netsmartz http://www.netsmartz.org National Crime Prevention Council http://www.ncpc.org/topics/by-audience Safekids.com http://www.safekids.com Stay Safe Online http://www.look-both-ways.com Wikipedia.com http://en.wikipedia.com/wiki/List_of_social_networking_websites Wired Safety http://www.wiredsafety.org

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