Internet Safety

By Anna Liston

#1 Fact

The first fact about internet safety is you should change your password every once in awhile. Don't make it easy either because then people can easily get into your accounts, and nobody wants that.
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#2 Fact

Do not post anything personal online- like your address, phone number, or email addresses. People can see that and can hack your accounts, or call you and find you.
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#3 Fact

NEVER ever give out your passwords! You might give it to your best friend, and then you and your friend aren't friends anymore.. So she could get into it.
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#4 Fact

Don't meet up with people that you met online. They could be a criminal, older person disguising themselves as someone else, or a hacker.
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#5 Fact

If you see something online that is inappropriate leave the website, tell an adult, or report them. There are those kind of people out there. There is no need to be uncomfortable, it only takes one tap of a button.
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#6 Fact

Think carefully about what you say when you post something. Make sure it is not hurting someone else, and make it appropriate.
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#7 Fact

Never respond to mean, or rude texts, messages, or emails. Delete them! Block them if they are continuously trying to talk to you dirty.
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#8 Fact

If you wouldn't say something or post something in front of your grandma do not do it! Use the grandma rule. Grandmas don't like gross content or naughty words.
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#9 Fact

Remember to log out of your device at all times! People can get onto your stuff, and hack your things, change your passwords, and send mean messages to people pretending to be you.
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#10 Fact

Check with your parents before downloading any app on your device. It could be for older people so ask them. They can look up ratings and comments that people have said about the app, (that's what my parents do before I go to a movie or download one).
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