Digital Citizenship

Braeden O'Neill

Digital Citizenship

Digital Citizenship: Normal or appropriate behavior on the web.

Internet Safety

32% of teens hide their browser history from their parents. Things you can do to be safe are keep your computer in a high traffic area of your home.
Over 90% of kids have used the internet since they were 9 or younger. Another thing you can do to keep your kids safe, is to know which websites that they are visiting.
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Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying is defined as using electronics to bully a person. More than 43% of kids have been cyberbullied. When cyberbullying happens to you or a loved one, it's important to tell an adult or the police.
Over 80% of teens have a cell phone that they regularly use on a daily basis. That makes it easier for kids to bully or use the phones for the wrong purposes.
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Positive Digital Presence

It's important to have a positive digital presence because colleges and jobs can look at what you've done online and decide whether or not you're fit for the job based on your personality.
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Oversharing - Digital Citizenship