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    • Internet Safety
      Resources to help keep your kids safe
    • A 2009 report from Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project states that
      93% of teens use the Internet
    • A 2009 report from Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project states that
      73% of online teens use social network sites
      14% of online teens keep blogs
      54% read blogs
    • A 2009 report from Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project states that
      70% of teens have digital cameras
      60% post photos online
    • A 2009 report from Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project states that
      40% have video cameras
      25% have uploaded video
      75% view videos on the Internet
    • A 2009 report from the Kaiser Family Foundation: Generation M
      2
      84% of 8-18 year-olds have internet access in their homes
      31% of 8-10 year-olds own a cell phone
      17% have a laptop
      65% have a handheld gaming device
    • A survey (2006) commissioned by Cox Communications and National Center forMissing & Exploited Children® found that
      71% reported receiving messages online from someone they don’t know.
      45% have been asked for personal information by someone they don’t know.
    • A survey (2006) commissioned by Cox Communications and National Center forMissing & Exploited Children® found that
      30% have considered meeting someone that they’ve only talked to online
      14% have actually met a person face-to-face they they’ve only spoken to over the Internet (9% of 13-15s; 22% of 16-17s).
    • Oogle & Wanta-Know Wally
    • Oogle & Wanta-Know Wally
      Looking for your Personal Information
      Phishing
      Viruses
      Pop-up windows
    • Hot Head & Potty-Mouth Pete
    • Hot Head & Potty-Mouth Pete
      • Cyberbully
      • Uses mean or rude language
      • Peer-pressure
      • Never respond
    • Spamozoid & Look-At-DisLouie
    • Spamozoid & Look-At-DisLouie
      • SPAM E-mail
      • Viruses
      • Never open unless you know the sender
    • Follow-You Fiona & Meet-Me Mack
    • Follow-You Fiona & Meet-Me Mack
      • Don’t talk to strangers
      • Found in Chatrooms
      • Never meet in real-world
      • Never send pictures
      • Asking for personal information
    • Numbut
      • Balanced life
      • Set limits
      • Offline friendships more important than Online friendships
    • Highlights of Resources
      NetSmartzkids.org
      National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the Boys & Girls club of America.
      Great online resources for kids
      • fccps.org/edtech
      • Collaboration of all schools that includes Internet Safety Resource
      • Latest resources found by the Technology Leaders at FCCPS.
    • Highlights of Resources
      Online @ fccps.org/edtech
      &
      www.onguardonline.gov/
    • Do you feel you don’t know enough about the dangers?
      iSafe (http://www.isafe.org/)
      iLearn Online (http://ilearn.isafe.org/index.php)
      Register for Free
      Online Videos (includes basics of Chat Rooms, Instant Messaging, Social Networking –MySpace, FaceBook, etc., Blogging)
      Paper-based manuals and activities