Beware of cyber bulling

When you are online beware of cyber bulling

There are people who bully people even online. it's called cyber bulling. No matter what people find a way to bully people. It doesn't stop.

Internet safety

there are people who can try to trick you into giving them your information. They can steel it and use your id and frame you.

Personal info

People can exposed your personal inappropriate materials. They can reveal your personal information which is bad
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Don’t tell anyone your real name and address or what neighborhood you live in. Don’t give your username or password to anyone. It's just that simple. They can track you down or something

Be Extremely Careful about Meeting Someone in Person

The FBI gives an all-out blanket warning: “Never meet anyone in person that you meet online.” That said, many teens do make good friends online. You just have to be super-cautious and make sure other people you know and trust also know this “new” online person

Safety

Avoid sites that request personal information. If you need to register at a site to access certain services, use only your first name or use a code name. You should not give out your real last name, address, phone number, password, or school name. If you are interested in using a site that requires this information, ask a parent before you proceed.

Just because you have written to someone in a chat room or over email does not mean that you know this person. Treat everyone that you encounter online as a stranger, using the same rules for dealing with strangers online as you would for strangers you see on the street.

Don't agree to meet in person someone you have met online unless you first get permission from your parents. If your parents allow you to meet this person, you should take your parents with you and meet in a public place.

Don't send people pictures of yourself unless you have permission from your parents