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  • 2 Return to this Menu and Instructions Press the slide number and then “ enter” to skip to specific slide segments 4 Start the Presentation Esc Exit 9 Survivor Diaries 6 Teen PSA: Promises 12 Julie’s Journey 17 Tracking Teresa 23 Broken Friendship 20 You Can’t Take It Back 30 Ad Council PSA: Bulletin Board 36 Ad Council PSA: Everyone Knows Your Name
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  • Tweens MAC Version 5.0 Internet Safety Presentation:
  • Online Risks Predators Revealing Too Much Cyberbullying Spyware, Spam, and Scams
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  • Predators “Entice”
    • If anyone
      • Talks about inappropriate things
      • Sends you inappropriate images
      • Asks for your personal information
      • Wants you to do things that make you feel uncomfortable
      • Wants to meet you in person
    • Talk to a trusted adult!
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  • Who Can You Trust?
    • You may not know the truth about people you first meet online
    • You can be lied to or betrayed
    • Time ≠ Trust
    • Be suspicious; any person worth having as a friend wouldn’t ask you to put yourself at risk
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  • Warning Signs
    • If someone tries to
      • Isolate you from family and friends
      • Turn you against your parents or guardian
      • Make you keep everything secret
      • Send inappropriate material or talk about explicit subjects
      • Threaten you
      • Tell an adult you trust!
      • These warning signs apply online and in real life.
  • Risks of Meeting Offline
  • How Much Is Too Much?
    • Personal information that can lead a predator to your doorstep
    • Photos and videos should never be posted online if they show
      • Backgrounds that reveal identifying information
      • Provocative poses
      • Too much skin
    Name Age Birthday Phone Number Schedule School Location
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  • What Is Cyberbullying?
    • Spreading rumors and gossip
    • Posting pictures without consent
    • Stealing passwords to assume someone’s identity
    • Harassing or threatening with mean or bad language
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  • What to Do
    • If you are ever cyberbullied
      • Do not respond
      • Save the evidence
      • Tell a trusted adult
      • Report it at www.cybertipline.com or to your ISP
    • If anyone threatens you or you feel that you are in immediate danger, talk to an adult you trust and contact your local law-enforcement agency
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  • Spyware, Spam, and Scams
    • Only download from trustworthy sources to prevent spyware and viruses
    • Protect your privacy and don’t give out information to soliciting sites and e-mails
    • If an offer seems too good to be true, it usually is
  • Your Online Life Social Networking Blogging Webcams and Videos Cell Phones Online Gaming E-mail, IM, and Chatrooms File-sharing
  • What Is Social Networking?
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    • Information can be inadvertently revealed in pictures
    • Sexually provocative pictures can be used
    • for exploitation
  • BULLETIN BOARD
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  • - Teens let people they don’t know into their lives to gain status and display popularity
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  • Blogging
    • Vulnerabilities and insecurities can be used by a
    • predator to “groom” children into a face-to-face meeting
  • EVERYONE KNOWS YOUR NAME
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  • Real-Life Consequences
    • Profiles and blogs are not only viewed by your friends, but also by
      • Parents and relatives
      • Teachers and principals
      • Colleges and universities
      • Employers
      • ONLINE PREDATORS
    • If it is on the Internet, IT IS NOT PRIVATE.
  • Webcams and Videos
    • Videos can be used against you for exploitation or manipulation
    • Check your surroundings for information that could lead someone to your location
    • Remember that any video can be saved, accessed, and altered by anyone
  • Cell Phones
    • Never post your cell phone number online
    • Never send provocative photos or videos of yourself
    • Don’t respond to harassing texts
    • Having a cell phone is a privilege, not a right
  • Online Gaming
    • Use voice-mask and other safety features to hide your age and gender
    • Don’t get angry; walk away if things get too “heated”
    • Have a life outside of gaming!
  • E-mail, IM, and Chatrooms
    • Protect yourself by
      • Communicating with people you know in person
      • Keeping your personal information private
      • Not meeting offline
      • Not responding to offensive messages
      • Choosing gender-neutral, non-revealing, and non-suggestive screennames and e-mail addresses
  • File-sharing
    • Download and share media with P2P
    • It’s illegal to share copyrighted materials without permission
    • You could unknowingly download or distribute viruses and illicit material
    Music Movies Videos Photos Documents Software
  • Making Safer Online Choices
    • YOU control your online image and how much personal information is revealed
    • Be a good friend and sibling and encourage others to be safer online
    • Talk to an adult you trust if anything makes you feel scared or uncomfortable
  • Resources for You
    • http://www.NetSmartz.org
      • Watch teens’ real-life stories and learn how to make safer choices online
    • http://www.cybertipline.com
      • If you or someone you know has been victimized, tell a trusted adult and make a report to the CyberTipline
  • The contents of this material were created by The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (“NCMEC”) and Boys & Girls Club of America (“BGCA”). Certain content may have been altered or modified from its original version. NCMEC may not necessarily endorse, support, or agree with such modifications and will not be responsible for such content. You may not remove any copyright, trademark, or other intellectual property notices that may appear on any part of this material. This project was supported by Grant No. 2005-MC-CX-K024 awarded by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice. Points of view or opinions in this document are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U.S. Department of Justice. Copyright © 2004 and 2007 National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. Copyright in certain works supported by Grant Nos. 2000-LD-BX-K001, 2001-LD-BX-K002, 2003-LD-BX-K002, and 2004-LD-BX-K013 through Boys & Girls Clubs of America are jointly held by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children and Boys & Girls Clubs of America. All rights reserved. Portions utilize Microsoft Windows Media Technologies. Copyright © 1999-2002 Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved.