Internet Safety 101 By Mr. North, Mr. Lawrence, Ms. Brown, Mrs Short
A: B: Reply quickly with your full details. Tell your family or teacher. C: D: Ignore it and delete it. Forward it to your friends. $100 Question #1 What should you do if you get an email from someone offering you a quick way to earn money?
A: B: No. Yes, because you trust her. C: D: Yes, because a moderator will have checked. If it were in a chat room for young people and not adults, I would believe her. $200 Question #2 There’s someone in a chat room, saying she’s fourteen years old. Should you automatically believe she’s a young girl?
A: B: Take no notice, they’re too old to understand. Access it when they’re not around. C: D: Talk to them about what you do on the internet. Ignore them. $500 Question #4 If your family is worried about you using the internet, what should you do?
c) Talk to them about what you do on the internet.
A: B: Your real name, age, address and bank details. A nickname. C: D: Mitch Peters. Your last name and first initial. $1,000 Question #5 What should your screen name be when you’re in a chat room?
A: B: Reply and complain. Ignore them and do not respond. C: D: Tell an adult you know and trust. Tell your internet service provider. $2,000 Question #6 What’s the best way to deal with abusive messages?
b) Ignore them and c) Tell an adult you trust.
A: B: Everything they ask for. Address. C: D: Phone number. First name only. $4,000 Question #7 Which information should you give to a website asking for your details?
A: B: There aren’t any. The picture could be edited in an embarrassing way and sent to others or put on a web site. C: D: You could be traced by someone who might wish to harm you. B and C. $8,000 Question #8 What are the risks of putting your picture on the internet?
A: B: Immediately fix the date and time. Tell your family and friends. C: D: Keep it a secret and think about it. Have a telephone conversation first, take someone with you, and arrange to meet in a public place. $16,000 Question #9 You’ve been chatting online to someone for a while, and they suggest a meeting. What do you do?
b) Tell your family and friends; then d) Phone them....
A: B: Your pet’s name. A combination of numbers, symbols and letters. C: D: Your mother’s maiden name? Your favourite colour? $32,000 Question #10 Which of the following would make the best password?
b) A combination of numbers, symbols and letters.
A: B: Tell your parents straight away. Obey their request and keep it a secret. C: D: Ask the person why you can’t tell your parents about them. Tell your friends instead. $64,000 Question #11 What should you do if someone online asks you not to tell your parents about them?
A: B: In the bathroom. In your bedroom behind a locked door. C: D: In the basement in the corner. In a central family location such as a living room. $250,000 Question #13 Where should your computer be placed at home?
d) In a central family location such as a living room.
A: B: Sending a message to a newsgroup. Buying something online. C: D: Irritating another user online. Sharing gossip about someone. $500,000 Question #14 Which of these could cause trouble?
A: B: By never going near it, the internet is the work of the devil. By only typing in rubber gloves in case you get a computer virus. C: D: By only using it in front of your parents. By being sensible and following the internet safety rules. $1 Million Question #15 How do you stay safe on the internet?
d) By being sensible and following the internet safety rules.
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