The Internet

Be Safe!

95% of teens ages 12-17 are online.

How to be safe.

Tell mom or dad to do the following:

  • Download trustworthy antivirus
  • Backup important files
  • Avoid pirated copies
  • Scan downloaded files for harm before opening


NO:

Browsing webpages with inaccurate information

Pornnographic material

Racist literature

Gambling


As for you:


  • Do not tell anyone on the internet your name, age, or where you live or go to school.
  • Do not put pictures on the internet of yourself unless you ask your parents first.
  • Do not get on chatrooms


Click the link below to watch a video on how to be safe on the internet.

Virus Symptoms.


  • Unusual messages
  • Unusual music or sounds
  • Sudden missing files
  • Corrupted files
  • Unknown program appears



Anything that is UNUSUAL, UNKNOWN, SUDDEN, or FISHY should not be opened on your computer. Ask your parent if you are not sure about a certain site.

UNC-Wilmington

Created by Kelsey Deal

EDN 303

Spring 2013

Credits

Hasselblad, M. (Photographer). (2009-2013). Internet safety. [Web Graphic]. Retrieved from http://www.ci.neenah.wi.us/departments/police/crime-prevention/npd-internet-and-social-networking-safety.html


NetSmartz. (2000). Introduce internet safety. Retrieved from http://www.netsmartz.org/InternetSafety


Wordsouth. (Designer). (2012). Importance of updates. [Web Graphic]. Retrieved from http://www.wktconnection.com/2012/09/28/importance-of-updates/