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    • Background: Black Color/Type/Size of Font: White/Cracked/48/36 Actual text: Your Virtual Life: A Cautionary Tale Screen size: ____16.9______ 16:9, 4:3, 3:2 Your Virtual Life: A Cautionary Tale (Sketch screen here noting color, place, size of graphics if any) Narration: Audio: Background Music Name of video: Your Virtual Life: A Cautionary Tale Description of this scene: Title page Scene __1_ of _15___ Transition to next clip: Ripple Animation:Text Zoom Audience Interaction: Video Storyboard
    • There are hundreds of social networking sites... Background: Image: Collage of Social Networking Site logos Color/Type/Size of Font: White/Cracked/55 Actual text: There are hundreds of social networking sites Screen size: ___16.9_______ 16:9, 4:3, 3:2 (Sketch screen here noting color, place, size of graphics if any) Narration: Audio: Background music Name of video: Your Virtual Life: A Cautionary Tale Description of this scene: Overview of Sites Scene __2__ of _15___ Transition to next clip: Fade in Animation: Blur/Xray image Audience Interaction: Video Storyboard
    • Background: Facebook/Twitter/Myspace/Foursquare logos Color/Type/Size of Font: White/blue/yellow/Cracked/55 Actual text: The most popular being... Over 500 million users 50% of active users login everyday The average user has 130 friends People spend 700 billion minutes per month on Facebook 75 million users 90 million tweets per day 66 million users Declining due to Facebook 2 million users Users “check-in” to locations Screen size: ___16.9_______ 16:9, 4:3, 3:2 Text layered over images of logos (Sketch screen here noting color, place, size of graphics if any) Narration: Audio: Background music Name of video: Your Virtual Life: A Cautionary Tale Description of this scene: Popular site stats Scene __3__ of _15___ Transition to next clip: Ken Burns Animation: “Four corners” Text movement over logos Audience Interaction: Video Storyboard
    • Background: Black Color/Type/Size of Font: White/Cracked/55 Actual text: The good... Screen size: ___16.9_______ 16:9, 4:3, 3:2 The Good... (Sketch screen here noting color, place, size of graphics if any) Narration: Social Networking brings people together and allows users to communicate and interact with others when it may be difficult to communicate otherwise. The internet puts the globe at our fingertips 24 hours a day. Social networking allows users day-to-day lives to be reflected online and interact with friends,family, coworkers, their favorite media personalities, and more. No longer is physical proximity a barrier to active communication. Audio: Background music Name of video: Your Virtual Life: A Cautionary Tale Description of this scene: Transit Scene __4__ of _15___ Transition to next clip: Animation: Audience Interaction: Video Storyboard
    • Background: Black Color/Type/Size of Font: White/Cracked/55 Actual text: The Bad... Sc reen size: ____16.9______ 16:9, 4:3, 3:2 The Bad... (Sketch screen here noting color, place, size of graphics if any) Narration: However, there can be a downside to social networking if the user isn't careful. Users of these sites need to be aware of the negative consequences of social networking. Audio: Background music Name of video: Your Virtual Life: A Cautionary Tale Description of this scene: Scene _5___ of 15____ Transition to next clip: Ken Burns Animation: Audience Interaction: Video Storyboard
    • Background: Black Color/Type/Size of Font: Actual text: Screen size: __16.9________ 16:9, 4:3, 3:2 (Sketch screen here noting color, place, size of graphics if any) Narration: A number of burglaries throughout the world have been linked to Facebook “status updates” People become so comfortable posting details of their lives online, but don’t realize they are also notifying criminals of their whereabouts, most importantly that their house is empty. Facebook and Foursquare both have applications that allow users to “check-in” to locations. Foursquare is most popular in large cities and based in New York City, but is gaining popularity. “Checking-in” to a location or posting where you will be at a specific time is offering thieves an open invitation to raid your home. Audio: Background Music Name of video: Your Virtual Life: A Cautionary Tale Description of this scene: Crime: Burglary Scene _6___ of _15___ Transition to next clip: Animation: News clippings of burglaries flipping .gif Audience Interaction: Video Storyboard
    • Background: Black Color/Type/Size of Font: White/Cracked/55 Actual text: Scams Screen size: ____16:9______ 16:9, 4:3, 3:2 Scams (Sketch screen here noting color, place, size of graphics if any) Narration: Scams have been a plaguing users of Social Networking sites since their inception, and scammers are getting more sophisticated. Recent scams include clicking on a link to see a video of a shocking event, only to be prompted with further instructions to “like” a page to see the image. This allows scammers to record your information and post the same enticing link for your friends on your profile. Anytime Facebook users add an application to their profile, for a game or other activity, they are authorizing the developers of that application to view and distribute information they post on the site, such as age, gender, photos, information about friends, and even friends photos. Audio: Background music Name of video: Your Virtual Life: A Cautionary Tale Description of this scene: Scams Scene __7__ of _15___ Transition to next clip: Animation: Layering of images of scams Audience Interaction: Video Storyboard
    • Background: Black Color/Type/Size of Font: White/Cracked/55 Actual text: Violent Crime Screen Screen size: __16:9________ size: __________ 16:9, 4:3, 3:2 Violent crime (Sketch screen here noting color, place, size of graphics if any) Narration: Social Networking has been linked to violent crime such as rape, murder, physical and cyber-stalking and bullying, which we've seen in recent news can have dire consequences. Several teens and young adults have committed suicide or lashed out violently at others due to activities on Social Networking sites that have caused great emotional stress and ultimately physical harm. Audio: Background music Name of video: Your Virtual Life: A Cautionary Tale Description of this scene: Violent Crime Scene _8___ of _15___ Transition to next clip: Animation: Layering of News clips Audience Interaction: Video Storyboard
    • Background: Black Color/Type/Size of Font: White/Cracked/55 Actual text: Your job...or potential job... Screen size: ___16:9_______ 16:9, 4:3, 3:2 Your job...or potential job... (Sketch screen here noting color, place, size of graphics if any) Narration: Had a bad day at work or school? Think twice about posting a rant about it on your profile page. Employers are monitoring their employees activity online. They know how long you're online and what you're reading/posting. A simple, “I'm so bored at work.” can mean termination or strong consequences. Have some not so flattering pictures or posts on your page? Employers and schools are screening applicants and current students and employees based on their activity and images they project on social networking sites. Audio: Background music Name of video: Your Virtual Life: A Cautionary Tale Description of this scene: Employment Scene _9___ of _15___ Transition to next clip: Animation: News clips of cases of termination of employment due to social networking posts animated .gif Audience Interaction: Video Storyboard
    • Background: Black Color/Type/Size of Font: White/Cracked/55 Actual text: Ready to run screaming for the wireless hills? Wait a second... There are ways to protect your personal information online. Screen size: ___16:9_______ 16:9, 4:3, 3:2 Ready to run screaming for the wireless hills? Wait a second... There are ways to protect your personal information online. (Sketch screen here noting color, place, size of graphics if any) Narration: Audio: Background music Name of video: Your Virtual Life: A Cautionary Tale Description of this scene: Protecting your information Scene _10___ of __15__ Transition to next clip: Animation: Audience Interaction: Video Storyboard
    • Background: Black Color/Type/Size of Font: Actual text: Screen size: __________ 16:9, 4:3, 3:2 (Sketch screen here noting color, place, size of graphics if any) Narration: Facebook has it's own page dedicated to safe use of the site, and many other social networking sites offer similar information. Also, check out the ACLU's social networking quiz to test if your social networking safety savvy. Links will be at the end of this video and posted in the video information below. Audio: Background music Name of video: Your Virtual Life: A Cautionary Tale Description of this scene: Helpful sites Scene _11___ of _15___ Transition to next clip: Animation:layering of screens from ACLU quiz/Facebook safety site Audience Interaction: Video Storyboard
    • Background: Black Color/Type/Size of Font: White/Cracked/55 Actual text: Some basic social networking safety tips: Use a complicated password that can be easily guessed. Change it often, especially if you notice something suspicious in your account. Screen size: ___16:9_______ 16:9, 4:3, 3:2 Some basic social networking safety tips: Use a complicated password that can be easily guessed. Change it often, especially if you notice something suspicious in your account. (Sketch screen here noting color, place, size of graphics if any) Narration: Here are some basic social networking safety tips: Use a complicated password that is different from other passwords you use online. Make it something that isn't a word found in the dictionary or could be easily guessed. Mix letters, numbers and characters. Change it often, especially if you notice something suspicious with your account, such as links being posted under your name that you didn't post. Audio: Background music Name of video: Your Virtual Life: A Cautionary Tale Description of this scene: Safety tips Scene _12___ of _15___ Transition to next clip: Animation: Audience Interaction: Video Storyboard
    • Background: Black Color/Type/Size of Font: White/Cracked/55 Actual text: Adjust your privacy settings so only your friends can see your information. Be weary of friend requests from people you've never met. Screen size: ____16:9______ 16:9, 4:3, 3:2 Adjust your privacy settings so only your friends can see your information. Be weary of friend requests from people you've never met. (Sketch screen here noting color, place, size of graphics if any) Narration: Strong privacy settings are key to protecting your personal information, but remember nothing on the internet is truly “private”. Audio: Background music Name of video: Your Virtual Life: A Cautionary Tale Description of this scene: Privacy settings Scene _13___ of _15___ Transition to next clip: Animation: Audience Interaction: Video Storyboard
    • Background: Black Color/Type/Size of Font: White/Cracked/55 Actual text: Don't post anything you wouldn't want a stranger to see. Think twice before posting unflattering comments or photos that may be viewed by employers or teachers, especially if you are “friends” with them online. Don't click on suspicious links. Especially ones that ask you to join a group or “like” something to view them. Screen size: ___16:9_______ 16:9, 4:3, 3:2 Don't post anything you wouldn't want a stranger to see. Think twice before posting unflattering comments or photos that may be viewed by employers or teachers, especially if you are “friends” with them online. Don't click on suspicious links. Especially ones that ask you to join a group or “like” something to view them. (Sketch screen here noting color, place, size of graphics if any) Narration: Don't post anything you wouldn't want a stranger to see: your address, phone numbers, other contact information, or your exact whereabouts. Think twice before posting unflattering comments or photos that may be viewed by employers or teachers, especially if you are “friends” with them online. Do you really want your boss to see how much fun you had over the weekend? Don't click on suspicious links. Especially ones that ask you to join a group or “like” something to view them. These are most like scams that can cause viruses and malware to be installed on your computer, and harass you and your friends with unwanted ads, or harm your computer. Audio: Background music Name of video: Your Virtual Life: A Cautionary Tale Description of this scene: What not to post Scene __14__ of _15___ Transition to next clip: Animation: Audience Interaction: Video Storyboard
    • Background: Black Color/Type/Size of Font: White/Cracked/55 Actual text: Helpful Links and Credits (Links to relevant sites and image copyright info) Screen size: ___16:9_______ 16:9, 4:3, 3:2 Helpful Links and Credits (Sketch screen here noting color, place, size of graphics if any) Narration: Visit these links for more information Audio: Background info Name of video: Your Virtual Life: A Cautionary Tale Description of this scene: Helpful links Scene _15___ of __15__ Transition to next clip: Animation: credit/copyright info scrolling Audience Interaction: Take ACLU social networking safety quiz, visit links Video Storyboard