Internet Safety

By: Brianna-Kelsey-Tyler-Kirra-Eric

Sexting- Kesley

"Sexting usually refers to teens sharing nude photos via cell phone, but it's happening on other devices and the web too"


  • illegal consequences
  • non-illegal consequences
  • how parents get involved
  • keep personal information private


Omegle/Chatroulette- Brianna

What is it? Its an online chat website that allows users to communicate with strangers without registering
  • Omegle contains a disclaimer that asks that no one under age 13 may use Omegle and no one under 18 may use it without parents' permission
  • In a 2013 case, the transmission of nude photos and videos via Omegle from a teenage girl to a schoolteacher resulted in a child pornography charge
  • August 2012, Chatroulette removed the Safe Mode feature of the website and posted new terms and conditions, stating that nudity was no longer allowed on any part of the site.
  • These websites are red flags, people calling them a predators paradise


Online Gaming- Eric

Social Media- Kirra

Facebook-
  • about 85% of high school students use facebook
  • facebook is the sixth most popular site in the united states
Safety Precautions-
  • there is no option of hiding your account, but you can use the privacy option
  • you can block people that you wish not to communicate with again
  • you should not put your last name you should put your last initial or nothing at all

E-mail-


  • send something you get something back like normal mail
  • becarful how you respond to an e-mail
  • watch the spammers!


Personal Stories - Tyler

  • Ryan was bullied relentlessly at school and online
  • he committed suicide at age 13 in 2003.
A Cyber Bullying Suicide Story -- Ryan Halligan age 13