Children & Internet
Safety
Approximately 93 percent of all
Americans between 12 and 17
years old are internet users.

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Should technology ever
permit humans to download
our brains' mental images to
a hard drive, every last
teenager in America...
Internet
Artifacts
are an
issue
for
everyone.
Snow White has a
rough night.
Join Our Group:
http://bit.ly/websafetygroup
Principal Sharron Smalls of Jane
Addams High School in the Bronx
has sexy Facebook picture

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http://bit.ly/...
Child Predators Facts:
One in five U.S. teenagers who regularly log
on to the Internet says they have received
an unwanted...
Child Predators Facts

About 30% of the victims of
Internet sexual
exploitation are boys.
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http://bit.ly/we...
Who’s There?

OR

Hi! I’m Sienna. I’m 5’4, 118, long br hair. I <3 my horse Shelby,
Ke$ha & guys that look like Taylor Lau...
Child Predators Facts
Internet sexual predators tend to fall between
the ages of 18 and 55, although some are
older or you...
Child Predators Facts

In 100% of the cases, teens
that are the victims of sexual
predators have gone
willingly to meet wi...
Child Predators Facts

Teens are willing to meet with
strangers:
16 percent of teens considered meeting
someone they've on...
Child Predators Facts

75% of children are willing
to share personal
information online about
themselves and their family
...
•72 percent of Americans age 18
to 29 would hand over their
personal information in return for
a discount on movie tickets...
Internet Artifacts
When a child says or does something inappropriate on the Internet,
it is nearly impossible to take it b...
Sexting
Not only can sexting ruin reputations, but it can also get
your teenager arrested for distributing child pornograp...
Sexting Continued
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15% of teens sent or posted nude / seminude pics of themselves to someone they only knew
online.

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http://bit.ly/websafetygroup
Snapchat
 Snapchat

users were
sending 350 million
messages per day, up
from 200 million in
June 2013. (from Pew)

Join O...
A recent review on
the iTunes page:
“This app is quick
easy and fun, but
too many
pedophiles asking
me for nude
pictures w...
Join Our Group:
http://bit.ly/websafetygroup
Cyber Bullying

More than 1 in 3 young
people have experienced
cyberthreats online.

Join Our Group:
http://bit.ly/websafe...
Cyber Bullying
What is it? Cyber bullying can take many forms:
 Sending mean messages or threats to a person's email acco...
Join Our Group:
http://bit.ly/websafetygroup
Cyber Bullying Continued
Who Is Involved?
 Over half of adolescents and teens have been bullied online, and about the
sam...
Cyber Bullying Continued
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Talks to teens about cyber bullying, explaining that it is...
More Stats and Tools
 Kids'

Pledge for Online Safety

 Teen

Pledge for Online Safety

 Parents'

Pledge for Online Sa...
Family Internet Safety
Family Internet Safety
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  1. 1. Children & Internet Safety Approximately 93 percent of all Americans between 12 and 17 years old are internet users. Join Our Group: http://bit.ly/websafetygroup
  2. 2. Should technology ever permit humans to download our brains' mental images to a hard drive, every last teenager in America will wind up prohibited from living within 10,000 feet of themselves. Join Our Group: http://bit.ly/websafetygroup
  3. 3. Internet Artifacts are an issue for everyone.
  4. 4. Snow White has a rough night. Join Our Group: http://bit.ly/websafetygroup
  5. 5. Principal Sharron Smalls of Jane Addams High School in the Bronx has sexy Facebook picture Join Our Group: http://bit.ly/websafetygroup
  6. 6. Child Predators Facts: One in five U.S. teenagers who regularly log on to the Internet says they have received an unwanted sexual solicitation via the Web. Solicitations were defined as requests to engage in sexual activities or sexual talk, or to give out personal sexual information. (only 25% of those told a parent). Join Our Group: http://bit.ly/websafetygroup
  7. 7. Child Predators Facts About 30% of the victims of Internet sexual exploitation are boys. Join Our Group: http://bit.ly/websafetygroup
  8. 8. Who’s There? OR Hi! I’m Sienna. I’m 5’4, 118, long br hair. I <3 my horse Shelby, Ke$ha & guys that look like Taylor Lautner. TMB! Join Our Group: http://bit.ly/websafetygroup
  9. 9. Child Predators Facts Internet sexual predators tend to fall between the ages of 18 and 55, although some are older or younger. Their targets tend to be between the ages of 11 and 15 Join Our Group: http://bit.ly/websafetygroup
  10. 10. Child Predators Facts In 100% of the cases, teens that are the victims of sexual predators have gone willingly to meet with them. Join Our Group: http://bit.ly/websafetygroup
  11. 11. Child Predators Facts Teens are willing to meet with strangers: 16 percent of teens considered meeting someone they've only talked to online and 8 percent have actually met someone they only knew online. Join Our Group: http://bit.ly/websafetygroup
  12. 12. Child Predators Facts 75% of children are willing to share personal information online about themselves and their family in exchange for goods and services. Join Our Group: http://bit.ly/websafetygroup
  13. 13. •72 percent of Americans age 18 to 29 would hand over their personal information in return for a discount on movie tickets •only 56 percent of those age 45 to 59 would do the same. •Two thirds of the young hipsters would surrender their data for free popcorn •versus 52 percent of the aging crones. Join Our Group: PwC Survey 2012 http://bit.ly/websafetygroup
  14. 14. Internet Artifacts When a child says or does something inappropriate on the Internet, it is nearly impossible to take it back and prevent unanticipated future consequences. What are they? Internet artifacts are the conversations, messages, thoughts, opinions, photographs, and identifying information that children are storing on Internet sites such as Facebook, Myspace, Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo, Twitter, etc. Why are they Dangerous? Internet artifacts may demonstrate a lack of maturity, lack of judgment, or an opinion regarding a controversial or unpopular topic that children do not fully understand. Expressing a controversial opinion can result in unanticipated consequences and potentially may be available on the Internet for a very long time and retrieved years later, by potential employers and admissions officers for schools, colleges and universities. How is this possible? All of the information that is stored on server computers on the Internet belongs to the service provider -- not the user. Join Our Group: http://bit.ly/websafetygroup
  15. 15. Sexting Not only can sexting ruin reputations, but it can also get your teenager arrested for distributing child pornography. The percent of teenagers who have sent or posted nude or semi-nude pictures or video of themselves:     20% of teenagers overall 22% of teen girls 18% of teen boys 11% of young teen girls ages 13-16 The percent of teenagers sending or posting sexually suggestive messages:    39% of all teenagers 37% of teen girls 40% of teen boys Join Our Group: http://bit.ly/websafetygroup
  16. 16. Sexting Continued  15% of teens sent or posted nude / seminude pics of themselves to someone they only knew online.  71% of teen girls and 67% of teen guys who have sent or posted sexually suggestive content say they have sent or posted this content to a boyfriend or girlfriend.  21% of teen girls and 39% of teen boys sent such content to someone they wanted to date.  44% of both teen girls and teen boys say it is common for sexually suggestive text messages to get shared with people other than the intended recipient.  36% of teen girls and 39% of teen boys say it is common for nude or semi-nude photos to get shared with people other than the intended recipient.  51% of teen girls say pressure from a guy is a reason girls send sexy messages or images.  66% of teen girls and 60% of teen boys say they did so to be “fun or flirtatious.  52% of teenage girls used sexting as a “sexy present” for their boyfriend.  44% of both teen girls and teen boys say they sent sexually suggestive messages or images in response to similar content.  40% of teen girls sent sexually suggestive messages or images as “a joke;” 34% to “feel sexy,” & 12% felt “pressured.”
  17. 17. Join Our Group: http://bit.ly/websafetygroup
  18. 18. Snapchat  Snapchat users were sending 350 million messages per day, up from 200 million in June 2013. (from Pew) Join Our Group: http://bit.ly/websafetygroup
  19. 19. A recent review on the iTunes page: “This app is quick easy and fun, but too many pedophiles asking me for nude pictures which almost forced me to delete this app. But it is safe as long as you don’t talk to strangers.” Join Our Group: http://bit.ly/websafetygroup
  20. 20. Join Our Group: http://bit.ly/websafetygroup
  21. 21. Cyber Bullying More than 1 in 3 young people have experienced cyberthreats online. Join Our Group: http://bit.ly/websafetygroup
  22. 22. Cyber Bullying What is it? Cyber bullying can take many forms:  Sending mean messages or threats to a person's email account or cell phone  Spreading rumors online or through texts  Posting hurtful or threatening messages on social networking sites or web pages  Stealing a person's account information to break into their account and send damaging messages  Pretending to be someone else online to hurt another person  Taking unflattering pictures of a person and spreading them through cell phones or the Internet  Sexting, or circulating sexually suggestive pictures or messages about a person Join Our Group: http://bit.ly/websafetygroup
  23. 23. Join Our Group: http://bit.ly/websafetygroup
  24. 24. Cyber Bullying Continued Who Is Involved?  Over half of adolescents and teens have been bullied online, and about the same number have engaged in cyber bullying.  More than 1 in 3 young people have experienced cyberthreats online.  Over 25 percent of adolescents and teens have been bullied repeatedly through their cell phones or the Internet.  Well over half of young people do not tell their parents when cyber bullying occurs.  Around half of teens have been the victims of cyber bullying  Fewer than 1 in 5 cyber bullying incidents are reported to law enforcement  1 in 10 adolescents or teens have had embarrassing or damaging pictures taken of themselves without their permission, often using cell phone cameras  About half of young people have experienced some form of cyber bullying, and 10 to 20 percent experience it regularly  Girls are at least as likely as boys to be cyber bullies or their victims  Cyber bullying victims are more likely to have low self esteem and to consider suicide Join Our Group: http://bit.ly/websafetygroup
  25. 25. Cyber Bullying Continued What Can You Do?          Talks to teens about cyber bullying, explaining that it is wrong and can have serious consequences. Make a rule that teens may not send mean or damaging messages, even if someone else started it, or suggestive pictures or messages or they will lose their cell phone and computer privileges for a time. Encourage teens to tell an adult if cyber bullying is occurring. Tell them if they are the victims they will not be punished, and reassure them that being bullied is not their fault. Teens should keep cyber bullying messages as proof that the cyber bullying is occurring. The teens' parents may want to talk to the parents of the cyber bully, to the bully's Internet or cell phone provider, and/or to the police about the messages, especially if they are threatening or sexual in nature. Try blocking the person sending the messages. It may be necessary to get a new phone number or email address and to be more cautious about giving out the new number or address. Teens should never tell their password to anyone except a parent, and should not write it down in a place where it could be found by others. Teens should not share anything through text or instant messaging on their cell phone or the Internet that they would not want to be made public - remind teens that the person they are talking to in messages or online may not be who they think they are, and that things posted electronically may not be secure. Encourage teens never to share personal information online or to meet someone they only know online. Keep the computer in a shared space like the family room, and do not allow teens to have Internet access in their own rooms. Join allow their teens Parents may want to wait until high school toOur Group: to have their own email and cell phone accounts, and even then parents should still have access to the accounts. http://bit.ly/websafetygroup
  26. 26. More Stats and Tools  Kids' Pledge for Online Safety  Teen Pledge for Online Safety  Parents' Pledge for Online Safety  https://delicious.com/sagerock/internet-safety Join Our Group: http://bit.ly/websafetygroup

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