Introduction to Cybersafety

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Slides from my Introduction to Cybersafety presentation at the 2010 Fall CUE Conference.

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  • 6 minute clip discussing cyberpredator statistics and cyberbullying statistics

  • “The publicity about online ‘predators’ who prey on naive children using trickery and violence is largely inaccurate.” - American Psychologist 2008
    56% of Internet-initiated sex crimes were committed by people known by the victim (2005)
    14% of online solicitations are from friends and acquaintances (2008)







  • Online chat is frequently correlated with a poor home environment and engaging in other risky behaviors (2004)



  • “Online bullies use a number of technologies, such as instant-messenger (IM), text and multimedia messaging on a cell phone, e-mail, social network sites, and other websites.” - Teens and Social Media 2007
  • Jump In Jump Out YouTube Video
  • 6 minute clip introducing social networking
  • Mention WoW, impersonating by logging into someone else’s account
    Show first 2 minutes of 4 minute clip
  • Discuss newspapers, YouTube, other places that flaming occurs regularly
  • Harassing - YouTube video and comments of kids picking on another kid
    Denigrating - YouTube videos taken by camera phone of teachers
  • 2 minute news story of fake MySpace profile
  • 2 minute clip of Top 5 ways kids risk their identity online



  • 67% of teenagers report that offline bullying occurs more than online bullying (2006)
    “54% of grade 7 students were victims of traditional bullying and less than half that number (25%) were victims of cyberbullying.” - Computers in Human Behavior 2007






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