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Would you get into a car with a stranger or let your kids get into a car with a stranger?. Sharing any type of personal information with strangers over the Internet is the same type of risky behavior as getting into a car with a stranger!. =. Why?.
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Would you get into a car with a stranger or let your kids get into a car with a stranger?
Sharing any type of personal information with strangers over the Internet is the same type of risky behavior as getting into a car with a stranger! =
Why? • You never know who you are really talking to online!! • You could be dealing with a bully or even a criminal who might want to do you harm and if they have information about students they can use it. • As a result, never respond to or let your students respond to offensive or dangerous E-mail or other internet communications. • Students should report any such communication to teachers and teachers should inform local law enforcement if the messages are threatening in any way. • Do not delete the offensive or dangerous E-mail; get a teacher!! • Likewise, teachers should not delete the E-mail either!!!!
Keep Information Private • Never give out or allow your students to give out the following information: • Your full name • Your address • The town where you live • Your phone number • The school you attend • The name of the team you play on, and the number you wear • Your home e-mail • An ICQ address
Students need to read, understand and follow their Acceptable Use Policy. The AUP is designed not to restrict students but to protect them. Let’s work together to keep everyone safe!! The Acceptable Use Policy is a Good Defense
Bibliography • Boost Your Internet Safety Quotient (Or, How You Can Learn to Stop Worrying and Love the Internet) (http://www.kidfu.com/safety/isq0.html) • The Netzsmarts Workshop (http://netsmartz.org/index.htm)