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Online code of conduct

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  • 1.  Don’t answer anonymous emails and never reply to cyber bullies. Answering to cyber bullying is just as bad as cyber bullying.Cyber Safety
  • 2. Personal details Never put in personal details because it’s risking getting hacked. Don’t put fake details either because then someone else with those details could get hacked.
  • 3.  Stop and think about what your going to click/type something. Is it safe? Is it too good to be true? Can I trust it?.
  • 4. Tell People Don’t be afraid to tell people if you are cyber bullied. Your parents and your teacher are good people to tell.
  • 5. Internet Socializing Always let your parents or teacher know what your doing on the computer. Let them supervise you on stuff like Skype and Facebook.
  • 6.  Only do websites that your security system approves of. If the security system doesn’t approve of aren’t safe.
  • 7. Thanks for watching aboutcyber bulling. I hope you learnt something

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