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  • Internet Safety

    1. 1. INTERNET SAFETY Be Smart - Stay Safe
    2. 2. DESIREE CASKEYTechnology Integration Specialist - Billings for 13 yrsMCCE - Board MemberiSafe InstructorCenter for Missing and Exploited Childrenemergingt.blogspot.com slideshare.net/caskeyd
    3. 3. WHAT DO YOU WANT YOUR DIGITAL LEGACY TO BE? Think before you click
    4. 4. ARE YOU AT RISKI have a blog (the dangers of blogging)I use Facebook or other social network (5 hidden dangers)I share pictures online (icanstalku)I own a smart phone (geotagging)My password is STUPID (create a strong password)
    5. 5. FOCUS - PERSONAL SAFETY•Online Predators•Identity Theft - For Financial Gain•Identity Theft - For impersonation•Property Theft
    6. 6. HOW DOES THIS HAPPEN? ChatMySpaceFacebook CommentTwitterLinkedin LocationYouTube FriendBlogsSharing Sites Follow
    7. 7. EDUCATION = SOLUTIONSAFEGUARD YOUR PRIVACYSAFEGUARD YOUR IDENTITYSAFEGUARD YOUR REPUTATIONSAFEGUARD YOUR PASSWORD
    8. 8. PRIVACYYour scheduleYour locationYour personal information (family, hobbies, activities)Your connections (friends)
    9. 9. IDENTITYAddressBirth DateNames of Family MembersBeware of Phishing expeditions
    10. 10. REPUTATIONInformation is there foreverKnow who is looking at your profilesDon’t mix business with pleasure
    11. 11. PASSWORDThe longer...the stronger?Say it with a passwordFor God’s Sake!!!! CHANGE IT!!!DON’T EVER SHARE IT
    12. 12. TIPS TO HELP YOUOnly friend your friendsDon’t update your locationDon’t have location services turned onDon’t link your posts to Twitter (unless it’s private)Don’t install apps or games on your social networksAssume your grandmother is reading everything
    13. 13. TIPS TO HELP THEMSet LimitsGuide choices - age appropriate sites, privacy policiesKeep talking - stay connectedWarn against predatorsWatch for signs of cyberbullyingDiscuss consequencesBe open
    14. 14. MY SCHOOL IS INVOLVEDWe have a bullying policy that includes cyber-bullyingWe have an Internet Safety CurriculumI teach Internet Safety before my students go online
    15. 15. USE THE RESOURCESnetsmartz.org/educationcybersmart.org & commonsense.orgisafe.org
    16. 16. NetSmartz.org
    17. 17. Keeping Your cybersmart.orgKids InternetSafe and Smart commonsense.orgA Survival Guide for Parents
    18. 18. iSafe.orgOnline Learning Opportunities
    19. 19. RESOURCES TO PRINT NOWTips for Cyberbullying (CommonSense)Tips for Online Safety for Kids (SafeKids)Tips for Online Safety for Parents/Teachers(Internetsafety.com)

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