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7th grade digital security

  1. 1. Digital Security<br />Dongjae , Andy , and Jake <br />
  2. 2. How do you decide what information and images to post online?<br />Well we really believe that you have to use your own judgment.<br />Obviously you shouldn’t post any revealing pictures on the internet, or give out your personal information.<br />Sure you can put your thoughts on things, or opinion on the internet but you have to be careful of what you say.<br />
  3. 3. What information and images are OK to post? What is not OK to post?<br />Well as far as information goes, a lot of websites ask what hobbies you have or what kind of music you like, we think that is ok because it cant hurt anyone or yourself.<br />But we do not think that you should put your address or phone number on the internet.<br />Pictures are great to show people, but you should not put any pictures that are revealing or offensive to anyone.<br />
  4. 4. Do you know who can see the things you post?<br />Well everyone can really see it, if they have internet access. That’s why you should not really post anything that you would not want other people to see.<br />We also know that there is software out there that can see what things you look at on the internet, we should all keep that in mind.<br />
  5. 5. Who do you friend? What helps you decide?<br />You friend people you know, if you friend someone you don’t know you should make sure that they are safe to talk to. <br />But we suggest that you should only friend people you know.<br />If you REALLY want to friend a stranger, maybe because you have mutual friends with that person, you should ask the friend you have in common about that person.<br />
  6. 6. List 5 “do’s” and 5 “Don’ts” for online Security.<br />Don'ts<br />Don’t put your address online<br />Don’t put your phone number online<br />Don’t put any revealing pictures online<br />Don’t visit any sites that are inappropriate<br />Don’t friend any strangers<br />Do’s<br />If you are going to write something online, make sure its something you wouldn’t want for your parents to see<br />Keep your password to yourself<br />Only friend people you know<br />Only put appropriate pictures online<br />Always think, before you post, download, or look.<br />
  7. 7. Digital Security<br />By Dan, Atticus, and Zac<br />
  8. 8. What information and images are OK to post? What is not OK to post?<br />True information<br />Appropriate pix/information<br />Things that will not hurt anyone<br />…Are okay!<br />Inappropriate pix/information<br />Things that will hurt other people<br />False information<br />…Are not okay!<br />
  9. 9. Do you know who can see the things you post?<br />Before you post things you should know<br />If you have are on a social networking site people who may be able to see are…<br />Family<br />Friends<br />Teachers<br />Bad People<br />
  10. 10. Who do you friend? What helps you decide?<br />You should only friend people that you know well, such as family and friends<br />What helps you decide is…<br />Make sure they are the person they say they are<br />Ask your parents if they seem ok<br />
  11. 11. List 5 “do’s” and 5 “Don’ts” for online Security.<br />Only talk to people you know<br />Stay away from naughty sites ;)<br />Stay away from strangers<br />Keep everything appropriate<br />Ask parents about sites<br />Do not give any private information<br />Do not give friends information<br />Do not talk to strangers<br />Do not go to non age appropriate websites<br />Do not friend people you don’<br />Do’s<br />Don’ts<br />
  12. 12. Digital Security<br />Danielle, Katie and Alexandra<br />
  13. 13. How do you decide what information and images to post online?<br />You should think of who is going to see the information and pictures.<br />You should be aware of what people might think of these images-would your principal be comfortable seeing them, what about your parents? <br /> Who else is in the picture? Do you have their permission? <br />Can the information you post cause you danger?<br />
  14. 14. What information and images are OK to post? What is not OK to post?<br /> Images that you would not want your parents to see are not ok post.<br />NEVER post your last name, address, phone number, social security number or any personal information<br /> It is ok to say your first name, state, country or any other public information<br />Don’t put pictures of your friends online without their permission. <br />
  15. 15. Do you know who can see the things you post?<br />Sometimes, it is hard to tell who can see your posts.<br />Try to post pictures and more personal comments on private sites and chats<br />Usually, only people you friend can see your posts, but sometimes complete strangers can see everything you put online. <br />
  16. 16. Who do you friend? What helps you decide?<br />You should friend people you actually know. If you have met them before and shaken their hand, it is Ok to friend them.<br />NEVER FRIEND A STRANGER….you don’t know if they have bad intentions.<br />You could friend a pen pal, especially one you know through school<br />You can friend people that are hard to stay in touch with through snail mail, the internet can make staying in touch much easier.<br />
  17. 17. List 5 “do’s” and 5 “Don’ts” for online Security.<br />Do’s<br />Try to go on safe sites<br />Friend people you know<br />Be careful with what you post<br />Minimize chatting with strangers.<br />Think about privacy<br />Don’ts<br />Don’t Talk to strangers online!<br />Don’t give out personal info.<br />Don’t chat with someone who seems shady online<br />Don’t post inappropriate pictures.<br />Don’t go on inappropriate sites. <br />
  18. 18. Digital Security<br />Eric, Justin, & Logan<br />
  19. 19. How do you decide what information and images to post online?<br />Things that will come back and bite you<br />Don’t post nude pictures<br />Don’t post things that will lead people to your address<br />
  20. 20. What information and images are OK to post? What is not OK to post?<br />Okay<br />Pictures of artifacts<br />You can post your first name<br />Not Okay<br />Nude pictures<br />Your last name<br />
  21. 21. Do you know who can see the things you post?<br />Everyone can see your things<br />Job givers<br />Parents<br />School administration<br />College admissions<br />
  22. 22. Who do you friend? What helps you decide?<br />Don’t friend some person that says, “friend me.”<br />Friend people that you know and tell you there screen name<br />
  23. 23. List 5 “do’s” and 5 “Don’ts” for online Security.<br />Do’s<br />Have a firewall<br />Pop-up blocker<br />Anti virus<br />Keep personal information to your self<br />Have parental controls<br />Don’ts<br />Add random friends<br />Don’t share personal information<br />Don’t share pictures<br />Don’t give out your IP address<br />Don’t copy and paste<br />
  24. 24. Digital Security<br />Joshua, Janine, and Matthew<br />
  25. 25. How do you decide what information and images to post online?<br />If it will hurt you in any other ways you shouldn’t post it<br />You have to ask permission of people that you took a picture of if it’s okay to post online<br />If you wouldn’t show it to your parents then you shouldn’t post it<br />If it has no meaning then why should you post it?<br />
  26. 26. What information and images are OK to post? What is not OK to post?<br />OK<br />Anything that you think will never hurt you in any way at all<br />Appropriate images<br />Things that could be helpful to other people <br />General things (not personal)<br />Not OK<br />Divisive pictures of you and your friends doing inappropriate things<br />Personal information<br />Things you didn’t ask permission to post<br />
  27. 27. Do you know who can see the things you post?<br />If you don’t, you should know<br />Everybody<br />That does include: Parents, Teachers, Friends, Enemies, The President, Any Old Joe on the Street, The Ambassador of Madagascar, Hosts of Good Morning America, Jerry Seinfeld, Osama Bin Laden, EVERYONE!<br />
  28. 28. Who do you friend? What helps you decide?<br />People you know, because you’ll know if the information that they post is true and you know who they are. <br />
  29. 29. List 5 “do’s” and 5 “Don’ts” for online Security.<br />Do’s <br />Keep personal information to yourself<br />Ask people’s permission before you post something about them<br />Obey the law<br />Check sites that they are professional and trustworthy<br />Be smart about what you do!<br />Don’ts<br />Go to porn sites<br />Give out personal information<br />Participate in hurtful websites<br />Go to illegal sites, such as music download sites <br />Don’t be stupid about the sites you visit!<br />
  30. 30. Digital Security<br />Margo, Emily, and Katie<br />
  31. 31. How do you decide what information and images to post online?<br />I look at the image/information and ask myself <br />Would everyone in this picture/information be OK with it?<br />Would my parents be OK with it?<br />Would a pervert picture/information find this enjoyable?<br />If I answered no to any of these questions, I don’t do it.<br />
  32. 32. What information and images are OK to post? What is not OK to post?<br />It’s OK to post pictures of puppies and ducks<br />It’s OK to post pictures your parents would be OK with<br />It’s OK to post pictures of your friends, only if you have their permission<br />It’s OK to post info. that could not come back to haunt you, such as you first name<br />Pornographic images are notOK to post<br />It’s not OK to post pictures with people who don’t know you are posting<br />It’s not OK to post info. like your last name and address<br />It’s NOT OK to post info. that would hurt someone’s feelings.<br />
  33. 33. Do you know who can see the things you post?<br />Everyone!<br />
  34. 34. Who do you friend? What helps you decide?<br />I friend people I know. I never friend a stranger. Remember the rule about stranger danger!<br />
  35. 35. List 5 “do’s” and 5 “Don’ts” for online Security.<br />Don’ts<br />Do not friend strangers<br />Don’t post pornographic pictures<br />Do not give out your personal information<br />Don’t post hurtful images or information<br />Don’t be stupid<br />Do’s<br />Do think about who’s going to see it<br />Do check out a site before you join or participate in the activities<br />Do obey laws and rules<br />Do stay away from porn and cyber bullying cites<br />Do think before you act!<br />
  36. 36. Digital Security<br />KimLaurenKassie<br />
  37. 37. How do you decide what information and images to post online?<br />If you would like random strangers to see the picture don’t put it up.<br />If the information or images are not yours or you did not create them than you should not post them.<br />If the information tells or shows anything about your personal information don’t show.<br />
  38. 38. What information and images are OK to post? What is not OK to post?<br />If they are appropriate and I would show them to my parents. Than you can show them.<br />If they are created by YOU or you have the permission from the person who made them you can post them. <br />
  39. 39. Do you know who can see the things you post?<br />Most of the time you don’t know who is going to look at your pictures, so you have to be extra careful.<br />Some people monitor sites so they know who has gone on so sometime you DO know who is looking. <br />Remember EVERYONE can see you <br />
  40. 40. Who do you friend? What helps you decide?<br />If you know who the person is you can friend them. <br />Don’t fall for anyone who is being “cyber nice” to you.<br />If they are related to you can friend them (mom, dad, brother, sister, cousin etc.) <br />
  41. 41. List 5 “do’s” and 5 “Don’ts” for online Security.<br />1. Do only talk to people you know. <br />2. Don’t talk to any strangers online.<br />3. Do make sure your parents know what sites you are on and make sure they are ok with it.<br />4. Don’t give out personal information<br />5. Do make sure you know who is on the other end<br />6. Don’t befriend people you don’t know<br />7. Do be cautious about what sites you are on<br />8. Don’t go on inappropriate sites<br />9. Do follow I-BURST<br />10.Don’t cyber bully!!<br />
  42. 42. Digital Security<br />By Luke, Haley, & Lena<br />
  43. 43. How do you decide what information and images to post online?<br />
  44. 44. Do you know who can see the things you post?<br />Theoretically, everyone can see it, but you don’t know who specifically. In some sites, you will be able to figure out who is seeing it, but they will only be a small portion of the people who will be able to see it.<br />
  45. 45. What information and images are OK to post? What is not OK to post?<br />What you post should be the result of a good conscience. Obviously, pictures of yourself that can lead someone to stalk you, &tc., personal information, &tc. <br />Benign information such as commentary that is not insulting, your first name (your last name is unique) , very vague personal information (I’m thirteen, I have a pet poodle, &tc.) In terms of images, images of yourself that do not give away too much information. In addition, these images should not be offensive in terms of race, religion, gender, &tc. <br />
  46. 46. Who do you befriend? What helps you decide?<br />They should be people who you have something in common, or rather someone who you know personally, just to err on the side of caution. <br />You should check out their profile, and if something seems off, don’t trust them, or anyone for that matter. Anyone can lie on the Internet.<br />
  47. 47. List 5 “do’s” and 5 “Don’ts” for online Security.<br />Do’s: <br />Use common sense.<br />Be vague in giving out information.<br />Be cautious with whom you befriend.<br />Be careful in going to unfamiliar sites.<br />Ignore any e-mails from people you don’t know personally.<br />Don’ts<br />Do not give out your address, phone number, last name, &tc.<br />Don’t pay attention to pop-up blockers; may be pirated. <br />Don’t download illegal software.<br />No inappropriate material.<br />Don’t lie about your true self.<br />
  48. 48. Digital Security<br />Max, Jake M., and Evan<br />
  49. 49. How do you decide what information and images to post online?<br />Look and see if the information or picture you posted are appropriate.<br />You shouldn’t post any private information about yourself. (Address, phone number, name, social security number etc.)<br />Post only information that you are comfortable with other people seeing.<br />
  50. 50. What information and images are OK to post? What is not OK to post?<br />Do not post any revealing or suggestive pictures. <br />No pictures of yourself unless you know the website is secure. <br />
  51. 51. Do you know who can see the things you post?<br />Everyone who owns a computer can see what you post.<br />More people than you think can see what you post.<br />Job interviewers can see your digital history<br />
  52. 52. Who do you friend? What helps you decide?<br />You should only friend people who you know.<br />Don’t friend any other people who you don’t know, because they could be lying about being nice and lying about who they really are. <br />Don’t trust anyone who you don’t personally know.<br />
  53. 53. List 5 “do’s” and 5 “Don’ts” for online Security.<br />Do go on appropriate sites.<br />Do buy things online only with parents permission and go on a trustworthy site.<br />Do be conscious about the sites you visit.<br />Do use internet safety.<br />Do friend people who you know and have seen in person before.<br />Don’t friend strangers.<br />Don’t go on inappropriate sites.<br />Don’t cyber bully other people online.<br />Don’t post pictures or information that you are uncomfortable with many people seeing.<br />Don’t post foul pictures or reveal personal information to others.<br />
  54. 54. Digital Security<br />George, Nick, and Alex<br />
  55. 55. How do you decide what information and images to post online?<br />If it is personal or not?<br />If it gives to much information about you?<br />Is it inappropriate?<br />Would you do it in front of your parents?<br />Would you do it in the real world?<br />
  56. 56. What information and images are OK to post? What is not OK to post?<br />You could post your first name<br />A picture of your face<br />You could post images of yourself that are not to revealing<br />You should not post risqué images of yourself<br />You should not post very personal information of yourself<br />
  57. 57. Do you know who can see the things you post?<br />Yes, everyone who owns a computer can see what you posted.<br />
  58. 58. Who do you friend? What helps you decide?<br />You can friend your friends<br />If you know the person well and know they are good people you could friend them.<br />Do you know if the people are good people?<br />
  59. 59. List 5 “do’s” and 5 “Don’ts” for online Security.<br />You can post your first name<br />You can post pictures of yourself that are not revealing<br />You can post go to age appropriate sites<br />You can buy things online if they are from a well known site that is safe to purchase from<br />You can download from websites that are used often and are approved to be safe to download<br />You should not go to non age appropriate websites<br />You should not put your full name online<br />You should not put your social security number<br />You should not download from websites that have viruses<br />You should not do things that you would not do in the real world<br />
  60. 60. Digital Security<br />Hank, Teja, & Harrison<br />
  61. 61. Citing the Sources<br />http://nfsdigitalcitizenship.wikispaces.com/June+Digital+Security<br />http://www.omegle.com<br />http://www.chatroullette.com<br />THAT’S IT.<br />
  62. 62. How do you decide what information and images to post online?<br />You should never share names, schools, ages, phone numbers, or addresses.<br />You should never send pictures people you don’t know.<br />Only share you passwords with your parents<br />Don’t talk with strangers<br />Don’t do anything you wouldn’t do in real life online<br />
  63. 63. What information and images are OK to post? What is not OK to post?<br />It is not okay to share photos of yourself with strangers.<br />It is okay to post pictures of inanimate objects that does not reveal information about you and your family online.<br />You should not post your password.<br />You shouldn’t post any information about yourself in a place that strangers can access.<br />
  64. 64. Do you know who can see the things you post?<br />If you post something on the internet almost anyone can access it.<br />On facebook you should change all of your privacy settings to just friends.<br />Anything that you want to be kept secret should not be put online.<br />
  65. 65. Who do you friend? What helps you decide?<br />You should only friend people you know in real life.<br />You should never agree to meet a person that you met online if you have never met that person in real life prior to meeting that person online.<br />Do think about your privacy when you go on to “GREAT” sites like Omegle and Chat Roulette<br />
  66. 66. List 5 “do’s” and 5 “Don’ts” for Online Security.<br />
  67. 67. Digital Security<br />Victoria, Jenna, Lizzy<br />
  68. 68. How do you decide what information and images to post online?<br />Think, Would you mind if strangers saw pictures of you or information about you?<br />What would your parents and grandparents say if they saw some of the things you put online?<br />
  69. 69. What information and images are OK to post? What is not OK to post?<br /><ul><li>What’s okay:</li></ul> ‘Normal’ pictures, pictures that your future employers and teachers would be okay with seeing. <br />Non-personal information about yourself<br /><ul><li>What’s not okay:</li></ul>Personal information<br />Inappropriate photos and information's. (and status updates)<br />
  70. 70. Do you know who can see the things you post?<br />Everyone!!<br />
  71. 71. Who do you friend? What helps you decide?<br />You should only friend people you know!<br />You should also only friend people you are comfortable talking to in person.<br />Think, If my parents and grandparents saw that I’m friends with these people, what would they say?<br />
  72. 72. List 5 “do’s” and 5 “Don’ts” for online Security.<br /><ul><li>Do’s:</li></ul>Only talk to people you know<br />If your going to post pictures, make sure their appropriate<br />Talk appropriately<br />Friend people you know<br />Be safe<br /><ul><li>Don'ts:</li></ul>Don’t talk about other people online<br />Don’t share personal information about yourself or others<br />Don’t post inappropriate pictures <br />Don’t talk to strangers<br />Don’t use profane language<br />

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