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Digital Citizenship

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Digital Citizenship

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Digital Citizenship

  1. 1. Ashley Miles
  2. 2. The right and wrong of how you should act with your technology usage and online presence. As a guide, use the 9 Key P’s Password, Privacy, Personal Information, Photographs, Property, Permission, Protection, Professionalism, and Personal Brand
  3. 3. Strong Does not use the username, have any repeats and uses a variety of numbers, letters, and symbols ex. #m17E5, <9Ejk*m+ Weak Is a password from another site, has repeating letters, uses chronological order ex. 12345, pa55word
  4. 4. Protect yourself from identity theft making your birthday and hometown public is 98% of what identity thefts need keeping things private online is same as keeping things private in person, if you don’t want everybody to have your phone number, do not make it public.
  5. 5. 1. Identity thieves now also know what you look like 2. Not paying attention to appropriate pictures can hurt you with your future employer 3. Embarrassment and cyber-bulling could occur with a friend if you were not given permission to post a picture of them
  6. 6. Using information from other sites without citing the sources is plagiarism Plagiarism = Illegal Remember to always 1. Get Permission 2. Give Credit where it’s due
  7. 7. Computers need cleaning too! Software needs to be picked through using a special program in order to make sure your identity is not stolen. ex. Malware
  8. 8. Your personal brand is your first impression online. Be sure to remember netiquette guidelines and your online environment. Your “digital tattoo” is impossible to erase, be sure to triple check your actions!

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