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