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Andri Priyatna, S.Sos.Pengaruh TeknologiDigital Terhadap Anakdan Remaja
This presentationWhy is internet safety important?What about mobiles?What are the risks?Why is the internet so great?
Why is internet safetyimportant?
Statistics41,777,240 Facebook users in Indonesia (thesecond largest in the world),872,461 Linkedin Indonesia users, 5,600,...
Different usageYOUNG PEOPLEInteractive chat, IM,Music, Games, BlogPARENTSMostly email & webfor research28% of parents who ...
Changing environmentDownloading + UploadingConsuming + CreatingCorporate + PersonalSeparate media + Converged mediaStatic ...
SupervisionIN SCHOOLSupervised, filtered& monitoredOUT OF SCHOOLOften nosupervision, filteringor monitoring30% of student...
Knowledge vs. WisdomWISDOMUnderstanding howto behave in avirtual worldKNOWLEDGEMany children pickup technologyquicker!TECH...
Why is the internetso great?
World Wide Web Search engines Homework Projects Personal interest Amazing factsThe biggest library inthe world Blogs...
Discover: educationalresources
Connect: Instant Messenger(IM)Block contactAdd anothercontact to theconversationOnline friends“contacts”
Connect: Social networkingsites
Create: websites by youngpeople
What are the risks?
Potential risks 73% of online adverts are not clearly labelled making it difficult for children andadults to recognise th...
Commercial risks• Blur betweencontent &advertising• Subtlerequests formarketinginformation-“Tell a friend”• Invasiveprogra...
Commercial risks20% of children claimthey mustn’t fill inonline forms, comparedwith 57% of parents whodo not allow it.Know...
Content viewed Inaccurate content Extreme material Pornography4 in 10 pupils aged 9-19 trust most of theinformation on ...
Contact risks Social networking sites Instant messaging (eg MSN) P2P (filesharing) Multi-user online games Chat rooms...
Over to you…What do YOU think is the biggest risk tochildren online?
What is Cyberbullying?ThreatsHacking ManipulationStalkingPublicpostingsExclusionPrejudice
Cyberbullying• Threats and intimidationThreats sent to people by mobile phone, email, or online.• Harassment or stalkingRe...
Differences• 24/7 contactNo escape at home• ImpactMassive potential audience reachedrapidly. Potentially stay onlineforeve...
What about mobiles?
The pros and consContent ContactCommerceDiscover Connect CreatePortable Always on and reachablePersonal Away from supervis...
What is Sexting? Sending pictures from a cell phone mayseem like fun, but it can have long-lastingramifications. A pictu...
 Once a picture is sent, it can not be takenback. The National Campaign to Prevent Teenand Unwanted Pregnancy says one i...
Mobile phone advice Know how your child’s phone works (e.g.Bluetooth, Internet access)Agree the type of content that you...
Commerce Install software to protect your computer’s security Be careful which sites the rest of the family visit Use a...
 Talk to your children about what to do if they do come acrosssomething unpleasant and teach them to be critical Use chi...
 Get involved with your children online and encouragebalanced use – set time limits Make sure they know who to talk to i...
SMART rulesSAFE – Keep safe by being careful not to give out personalinformation – including full name and email address -...
Resources:www.childnet.comwww.kidsmart.org.ukwww.digizen.org
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  1. 1. Andri Priyatna, S.Sos.Pengaruh TeknologiDigital Terhadap Anakdan Remaja
  2. 2. This presentationWhy is internet safety important?What about mobiles?What are the risks?Why is the internet so great?
  3. 3. Why is internet safetyimportant?
  4. 4. Statistics41,777,240 Facebook users in Indonesia (thesecond largest in the world),872,461 Linkedin Indonesia users, 5,600,000twitter users and3,725,258 members of Kaskus, all of them arein 2011 alone.Fantastic, isn’t it?Source: klixdigital.pandu padmanegara
  5. 5. Different usageYOUNG PEOPLEInteractive chat, IM,Music, Games, BlogPARENTSMostly email & webfor research28% of parents who use the internet describe themselves as beginnerscompared with only 7% of childrenKnow IT All
  6. 6. Changing environmentDownloading + UploadingConsuming + CreatingCorporate + PersonalSeparate media + Converged mediaStatic + Truly interactiveWEB v 1.0 WEB v 2.0
  7. 7. SupervisionIN SCHOOLSupervised, filtered& monitoredOUT OF SCHOOLOften nosupervision, filteringor monitoring30% of students report having received no lessons at all on using the internet.79% of young people use the internet privately without their parent’ssupervisionKnow IT All
  8. 8. Knowledge vs. WisdomWISDOMUnderstanding howto behave in avirtual worldKNOWLEDGEMany children pickup technologyquicker!TECHNOLOGY IS THROWING UP NEWIMPORTANT SAFETY ISSUES WHICH CHILDRENMAY NOT SEEHELP YOURCHILDREN TOUNDERSTANDTHE CONTEXT
  9. 9. Why is the internetso great?
  10. 10. World Wide Web Search engines Homework Projects Personal interest Amazing factsThe biggest library inthe world Blogs (web log) Vlogs (video log) Web sites Text & pictures Music/photo/videoAnyone canbecome a publisherConnect CreateDiscover Email/chat VoIP - Skype Instant Messenger Multi-user games Social networksBrings peopletogether
  11. 11. Discover: educationalresources
  12. 12. Connect: Instant Messenger(IM)Block contactAdd anothercontact to theconversationOnline friends“contacts”
  13. 13. Connect: Social networkingsites
  14. 14. Create: websites by youngpeople
  15. 15. What are the risks?
  16. 16. Potential risks 73% of online adverts are not clearly labelled making it difficult for children andadults to recognise them 57% of 9-19 yr olds have come into contact with online pornography accidentally. 4 in 10 pupils aged 9-19 trust most of the information on the internet. 1/3 of young people have received unwanted sexual or nasty comments online. Only7% of parents think their child has received such comments.Content ContactCommerce Inaccurate andharmful Adult content Illegal content Inappropriatecontact Cyberbullying Sex offenders Privacy Advertising &information Invasive software
  17. 17. Commercial risks• Blur betweencontent &advertising• Subtlerequests formarketinginformation-“Tell a friend”• Invasiveprogrammes -adware/popups
  18. 18. Commercial risks20% of children claimthey mustn’t fill inonline forms, comparedwith 57% of parents whodo not allow it.Know IT All
  19. 19. Content viewed Inaccurate content Extreme material Pornography4 in 10 pupils aged 9-19 trust most of theinformation on the internetKnow IT All57% of 9-19 yr olds have come into contactwith online pornography. Only 16% ofparents think that their child has seenpornography on the internet.
  20. 20. Contact risks Social networking sites Instant messaging (eg MSN) P2P (filesharing) Multi-user online games Chat rooms49% of kids say that they have given out personal information5% of parents think their child has given out such informationKnow IT All
  21. 21. Over to you…What do YOU think is the biggest risk tochildren online?
  22. 22. What is Cyberbullying?ThreatsHacking ManipulationStalkingPublicpostingsExclusionPrejudice
  23. 23. Cyberbullying• Threats and intimidationThreats sent to people by mobile phone, email, or online.• Harassment or stalkingRepeated, prolonged, unwanted contact or monitoring of anotherperson.• Vilification / defamation / prejudice-based bullyingThese may be general insults or racist, homophobic or sexist bullying.• Ostracising / peer rejection / exclusionSet up of a closed group refusing to acknowledge one user on purpose.• Identity theft, unauthorised access and impersonation‘Hacking’ by finding out or guessing a username and password.• Publicly posting, sending or forwarding information or imagesDisclosing information on a website.• ManipulationMay involve getting people to act or talk in a provocative way.
  24. 24. Differences• 24/7 contactNo escape at home• ImpactMassive potential audience reachedrapidly. Potentially stay onlineforever• Perception of anonymityMore likely to say things online• Profile of target/bullyPhysical intimidation changed• Some cases are unintentionalBystander effect• EvidenceInherent reporting proof
  25. 25. What about mobiles?
  26. 26. The pros and consContent ContactCommerceDiscover Connect CreatePortable Always on and reachablePersonal Away from supervision
  27. 27. What is Sexting? Sending pictures from a cell phone mayseem like fun, but it can have long-lastingramifications. A picture sent from a cell phone caneasily be forwarded to hundreds of cellphones. It can also be easily downloadedon to the Internet and passed on. These pictures can easily find their wayon social networking sites, such asMySpace and Facebook.
  28. 28.  Once a picture is sent, it can not be takenback. The National Campaign to Prevent Teenand Unwanted Pregnancy says one in fiveteenage girls between the ages of 13 and16 years old say they have electronicallysent or posted online, semi-nude or nudephotos of themselves. It has also shownthat 21 percent of teenage girls and 18percent of teenage boys have sent imagesof themselves.
  29. 29. Mobile phone advice Know how your child’s phone works (e.g.Bluetooth, Internet access)Agree the type of content that you would behappy for them to download, knowinglyreceive or send on to others Save any abusive messages/inappropriateimages for evidence purposes Decide together what are acceptable bills Encourage balanced use – switching off atmealtimes, bedtime.
  30. 30. Commerce Install software to protect your computer’s security Be careful which sites the rest of the family visit Use a family email address for shopping and onlineforms Use the free technology: pop-up blockers & SPAMfilters; and your good judgement: don’t reply toSPAM! Check sites for extra security (padlock/https)What you can do…
  31. 31.  Talk to your children about what to do if they do come acrosssomething unpleasant and teach them to be critical Use child-friendly search engines or set a search filter Encourage them to use browser tools – Bookmarks & History Install filtering but don’t rely on it Find appropriate sites to visit and try not to overreact – lotsof inappropriate content viewed accidentallyContentWhat you can do…
  32. 32.  Get involved with your children online and encouragebalanced use – set time limits Make sure they know who to talk to if they feeluncomfortableTalk about the consequences of giving out personal info ormaking information public Keep the computer in a family room Agree rules as a family – meeting upContactWhat you can do…
  33. 33. SMART rulesSAFE – Keep safe by being careful not to give out personalinformation – including full name and email address - to peoplewho you don’t trust online.MEETING – Meeting up with someone you have only been in touchwith online can be dangerous. Only do so with your parent’s/carer’spermission and even then only when they can be present.ACCEPTING – Accepting e-mails, IM messages or openingfiles from people you don’t know can be dangerous – they maycontain viruses or nasty messages!RELIABLE – Someone online may be lying about who theyare, and information you find on the internet may not be true.Check information and advice on other websites, in books or asksomeone who may know.TELL – Tell your parent/carer or teacher if someone orsomething makes you feel uncomfortable or worried, or you orsomeone you know is being cyberbullied.
  34. 34. Resources:www.childnet.comwww.kidsmart.org.ukwww.digizen.org

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