Information Privacy

What you could do to prevent too much information

How can I protect my identity online?

Be careful when providing your personal information online. In particular, do not make too much personal information available to lots of people, for example by having open access on social networking sites. Your personal information can be used to steal your identity and commit fraud. Be wary of anyone who asks for your bank or credit card details, and only use secure sites when shopping online – secure sites usually carry the padlock symbol.

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Consequences of sharing to much information on the Internet!

Think about what your sharing.Whose really seeing it? All you know it could be a really hot guy or girl but a simple screen can tell a lie.
Consequences

Safer Internet Day

Tuesday, Feb. 10th 2015 at 12pm

Depends on the community

The 12th Safer Internet Day will be celebrated worldwide on Tuesday 10 February 2015. The theme for the day is: "Let's create a better internet together". Once again, all stakeholders – children and young people, parents and carers, teachers and educators, or industry and politicians – are invited to join us in marking the day and working together to build a better internet for all, but particularly children and young people. http://www.saferinternetday.org/web/guest/sid-2015

By Dustina Vinson and Kaci Houghton