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Cyber Safety: General

Cyber Bullying

"Cyberbullying is just what it sounds like - bullying through Internet applications and technologies such as instant messaging (IM), social networking sites, and cell phones. It can start easily—with a rumor, a photo, or a forwarded message—and just as easily spiral out of control" (Netsmartz, 2010).

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Cyber Predators

A predator is someone who tries to hurt others for their own pleasure or gain.  "Online predators do not fit any one mold or stereotype; seemingly upstanding citizens have been caught enticing children for sexual acts. Contrary to popular belief, most online predators are not pedophiles. Pedophiles target pre-pubescent children, while online predators typically target adolescents who engage in risky online behavior. "

(Finkelhor,  Mitchell, and Wolak, 2008)

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Online Identity Safety

"Web 2.0 lets users share information online as easily as they download it. Unfortunately, people of all ages often reveal too much. [Youth] can be made especially vulnerable by sharing personal information, such as home addresses and phone numbers, private thoughts and feelings, and pictures."  (Netsmartz.org, 2010)Avoid posting information or prictures online that you might regret later.

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Texting

Sending text messages can cause damage to your reputation, break laws, and even endanger public safety.

Included are filming fights, text messaging rumors of violence, and sexting.

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