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Digital Leaders e-safety presentation 2015

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E-safety presentation delivered by the Digital Leaders from Our Lady's School in Manchester at a special e-safety assembly on the 17.7.15

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Digital Leaders e-safety presentation 2015

  1. 1. 1 HOW TO STAY SAFE ONLINE BY OUR LADY’S DIGITAL LEADERS
  2. 2. Social media-what is it and general things to know By Sarah
  3. 3. What is “Social Media” ? • Social media are computer-mediated tools that allow people to create, share or exchange information, ideas, and pictures/videos in virtual communities and networks. File showing different types of social media
  4. 4. How do you stay safe when you're on social media? You will be seeing the following slides: ✓ Chatting ✓ Tips and Tricks
  5. 5. CHATTING The Golden Rule ➢If you’re chatting online MAKE SURE YOU DO NOT GIVE AWAY ANY PERSONAL INFOMATION! This includes your full name, address or school. Even giving a street name can be enough to allow someone to find you. If anyone ever asks you for this information, tell a trusted adult straight away.
  6. 6. Tips and Tricks 1. Never give away any personal information. 2. Don’t respond if you DO NOT know who is contacting you. 3. Don’t use your real name use a nickname 4. Put your real age otherwise strangers might try to contact you. 5. Don’t put your mobile number on your account – your real friends will already have it. When you are old enough to use social media…
  7. 7. Remember this simple code when you are online. The code has three simple actions: Zip it - keep your personal stuff private and think about what you say and do online. Block it - block people who send you nasty messages and don’t open unknown links and attachments. Flag it - flag up with someone you trust if anything upsets you or if someone asks to meet you offline.
  8. 8. DON’T KEEP QUIET! If something happens to you online and it causes you concern, remember to tell someone. You can report inappropriate behaviour to the police. Look for this button which will enable you to log incidents with the Child Exploitation and Online Protection service, who will investigate.
  9. 9. Top Tips on how to react if this happens to you.
  10. 10. Introduction Bullying doesn't only happen on the playground anymore. Children everywhere are being bullied online, on phones and on other technical devices. But that’s not the worst thing. Children who are victims to this form of bullying feel threatened and unable to report it. But if this happens to you just remember, no matter what, tell an adult you trust.
  11. 11. Top tips 1.Don’t respond. If you respond the person/people who have bullied you will just carry on. 2.Tell an adult you trust. Never feel like you can’t tell. The person who has bullied you can’t get to you. 3.Save the evidence. You don’t need to look at it but save it so you can show someone.
  12. 12. A good website for help ■ Thinkuknow – home Is a great website with lots of cool tips for kids and adults. It’s also got games, videos and quizzes to make it fun! On Our Lady’s school blog there’s also lots of links to E-safety websites so you don't need to worry about finding advice.
  13. 13. Remember, if something isn’t right, tell an adult you trust!
  14. 14. Thanks for watching my presentation Watch the video below and see if you can see what we mean by the risk of stranger danger online. By Ciara http://quietube7.com/v.php/http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=QoLTyYm-0NQ
  15. 15. How to stay safe on Facebook Stay safe…
  16. 16. What is Facebook? Facebook is a social media where you can add, text and video call people (if you are on mobile). However, if you add the wrong people you are exposing yourself to danger. Also you need to be 13 or over to be on Facebook.
  17. 17. How to delete your account Delete your account by going to the bottom and clicking ‘help’ (when you are logged in) type delete in the search box, click on ‘how do I permanently delete my account? Then click ‘submit your request here’. Finally, click ‘submit’ and your account is deleted.
  18. 18. Who to add (if you are 13 or over). Only add people that you know because there is a chance that you might be cyber bullied or hacked and that isn’t good because they might find out some personal things about you. Never tell anyone anything personal.
  19. 19. If you want to use Facebook safely all you have to do is follow all of these steps and you will be able to use it safely. Remember you must be 13 or over to have a Facebook account. Thank you for listening!! ☺ By Tristen
  20. 20. In this Power point I will be telling you different facts about WhatsApp. Let’s get started…
  21. 21. • WhatsApp Messenger is a cross-platform, mobile messaging app which allows you to exchange messages without having to pay for SMS. • It’s fast becoming the most popular app amongst young people as it is a free and easy way of staying in contact with your friends, as people can group message each other. WHAT IS WHATSAPP?
  22. 22. 1. WhatsApp's guidelines state quite clearly no child under the age of 16 should be downloading or using the app. 2. Whatsapp is the world’s most popular messaging app but almost failed before it even started. FACTS…
  23. 23. Social Networking • Never ever under any circumstances put your full address on your site. • It’s a very good idea to use a nickname online- because your friends will know your nickname so they’ll know it’s you. • Always put your real age on your site- if you lie and say your older adults may try to contact you . • It’s not a very good idea to put your mobile number on your site- anyways your real friends will already know it. • By the way all this information was originally found on the ‘Think u know’ website.
  24. 24. The dangers of using Whatsapp. • Your personal data may not be safe • You put yourself at risk of cyber bullying • You should be over 16 to use it anyway • You put yourself at risk of strangers contacting you and sending you inappropriate content By Waleed
  25. 25. Instagram Prepared by Keano and Marquis
  26. 26. What is Instagram • Instagram is an online mobile photo-sharing, video-sharing and social networking service that enables its users to take pictures and videos, and share them on a variety of social networking platforms, such as Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Flickr. AGAIN, YOU MUST BE 13 OR OVER TO GO ON INSTAGRAM!
  27. 27. 27 When you are old enough to use Instagram, here are some tips to help you use it safely… – 1. Privacy Settings There are privacy settings on Instagram that allow you to determine who follows you. With privacy settings, sending out a request is the only way to become a follower of someone. This way is a lot safer than having a public profile because only those who you approve to follow you can see your pictures. Privacy settings also keep away unwanted followers because everyone who wants to follow you has to go through your dashboard and be approved by you. Without Privacy Settings on, it isn’t only your followers who can see your picture. Anyone can search your profile and find your pictures and profile if you don’t have Privacy Settings on.
  28. 28. 28 – 2. Profile Appearance Some people who are either oblivious or think they are invincible to online harassment or tracking often have their profile picture set to one of their face. This can be dangerous because if your first name and (at extreme times) your last name are on your profile, creepy people can easily do a Google search and find where you live, your age, what school you go to, where you work, your parents, your spouse, your current location. They can do all of this with only your first and last name. This goes for any social networking site, but especially one with the option for pictures like Facebook and Instagram. My recommendation is not to use a picture of yourself for your profile.
  29. 29. 29 – 3. Location Share There is a feature on Instagram where you can share the location of where you took the picture. If you choose this setting, you can tag your picture to anything you want, but if you click on that location once the post is up, the app brings you to a map and a small dot exactly where you were when you took the picture, down to a grid. To ensure safety, turn off location settings on the app in the settings on your device or phone.
  30. 30. 30 – 4. Following and Followers As I mentioned in tip 1, with the Privacy Settings on, people can follow you without having to be approved (although you can block someone once you’ve accepted them). If you do an excess amount of “Following” it can be bad. You could look like an attention seeker and you’re putting yourself on someone else’s radar by following them. More following leads to more followers. This can lead to more people seeing you and anything you put out there. The worst part is that someone watching could be pretending to be someone else completely and this could be really dangerous. You never know on the Internet.
  31. 31. 31 – 5. Ask Your Parents to Help You – If you’re on Instagram, whether you are a twelve year old or a teenager, make sure that you reach out to your parents to help keep you safe. One way is they can check your account. For example, you could give your mum and dad your iPad so that they can check what you’ve been posting, maybe once a week. If they see something that they don’t like, then they can get you to take it down. Remember, think before you post, and judge what you should be posting and what you should keep to yourself. – Having your parents check your device might be annoying or make you feel like you’re being controlled, but if something is wrong, it’s better to have your parents know about it and have them there to help you.
  32. 32. 1.) Login in to your Instagram account. 2.) Go to your profile by touching the button on the lower right-hand corner. 3.) Tap the "Edit Your Profile" button near your profile picture. 4.) Look for the "Photos are Private" box (near the bottom for iPhone/iPad). 5.) Switch to On or check the box. Then press "Done" in the top right-hand corner. 6.) Upon clicking, Instagram will ask for confirmation. Confirm it by clicking “yes”. 7.) Hurray! Your Instagram Photos are now private. 7 SIMPLE STEPS TO FOR MAKING YOUR INSTAGRAM PHOTOS PRIVATE
  33. 33. Being safe on Snap chat Tamia presents
  34. 34. What is Snap chat? Snap chat is one of the world’s most famous chat groups where people take photos and videos and share them with other people.
  35. 35. The risks of using Snap chat Users on snap chat sometimes share some inappropriate pictures to their friends such as unclothed and pictures with rude stuff. You are also at risk of people hacking your account - you could be the next victim.
  36. 36. Minimum age on snapchat Just in case parents did not know there is a minimum age, well there is. The minimum age on snap chat is 13 years old. Even though it might ask you for your date of birth and age, it won’t let you add any friends or share videos with anyone if you are under the minimum age so there is no point in using it anyway if you aren’t 13. WAIT UNTIL YOU ARE OLD ENOUGH!
  37. 37. How to stay safe on this app 1) Only take appropriate photos. Remember that people can take screenshots of any Snap you send them, and save it to their camera roll forever. Also, remember that you never know who your friend will be with when they open your Snap chat, so make sure that you do not send private information! 2) Only Snap chat people you have met personally. 3) Edit your privacy settings so that only people you know can send you Snaps. Do this by… 1. Opening Snap chat. 2. Clicking on the square button in the lower left and then clicking the gear button on the page that appears. 3. Tapping "Receive Snaps from..." and ensure that "My Friends" is selected.
  38. 38. How To Stay safe On Youtube Stay Safe… BY CHRIS
  39. 39. Introduction ● Now I going to be concentrating on YouTube and what age you should be and apps you can download to cut off bad words on YouTube. Thank You :-)!
  40. 40. What is YouTube? ● VIDEO SHARING SITE WHERE OTHERS CAN COMMENT ON VIDEOS THAT HAVE BEEN UPLOADED. According to YouTube’s online fact sheet: ● 2 billion videos are watched every day! ● Every 60 seconds, 24 hours of video is uploaded (bringing the total number of videos uploaded each day to the hundreds-of-thousands mark). ● 51% of YouTube users visit at least once per week.
  41. 41. What are the potential dangers of using YouTube? ● Lots of inappropriate videos are posted that you would not want your child to be watching. ● People can leave inappropriate comments and links that are not filtered so you have access to bad language and potential ‘trolling’ ● If you have your own account and are uploading videos, if you don’t adjust your settings others can comment and may say nasty and horrible things about your video. ● You may be giving away personal information about yourself and therefore putting yourself in danger.
  42. 42. Alternatives (e.g. Education YouTube) • Education YouTube is similar to YouTube but more safe for your child to use. • If they try and look for something not appropriate for them it will come up with something educational so your child won’t watch something that is inappropriate.
  43. 43. Quiet Tube • To watch web videos without the comments and other distractions just drag the quiet tube button to your browser's bookmarks bar (found at www.quiettube.com). Then drag the quiet tube button into the address bar. (DRAG BUTTON INTO ADDRESS BAR) STEP 1 STEP 2 HEY PRESTO! NO COMMENTS
  44. 44. How to delete the comments 1.Find the comment you want to remove. You can remove other people's comments on any video if you feel like the comment is spam, harassment, or illegal. 2.Click the small triangle on the right side of the comment. The button will only appear when you hover your mouse cursor over the comment. 3.Remove the comment. Click "Remove" to remove the comment from your video. You can click the "Undo" button if you accidentally removed the wrong comment. 4.Report a user. If there is a user on your channel that is harassing others or linking to illegal content, you can report that person from the same menu that you would use to delete a comment. Select "Report spam or abuse" and then choose the option that best matches the bad behavior. 5.Ban a user. If you're sick of a user causing trouble for your channel, you can ban that person from the same menu. Select "Ban from channel". All comments from that user will be hidden automatically. 6.Log out and log back in if you don't see the "Remove" option. Sometimes you may not see the full menu when you click the arrow next to the comment you want to remove. Logging out and in usually fixes this issue. ● Click your profile image in the upper-right corner. ● Click the "Sign out" button. ● Sign back in with your Google account.
  45. 45. Summary To have a YouTube account you need a Google+ account. To have one of these you should be at least 13. If you do upload videos to YouTube, DO NOT reveal any personal information such as your name, age or address. Use an avatar rather than your own photo as your profile image. An avatar is a cartoon image used to represent you. Adjust your settings to help you keep safe. Type the word “quiet” in front of a YouTube address to filter out the comments. Look to use age appropriate educational alternatives such as Youtube Education or Schools Tube.
  46. 46. MR EDMONDSON • The most used social network is Instagram, followed by WhatsApp. Facebook is fifth • 20% of people asked have seen ‘rude’ online images • 67% said that their parents do not always know what they are doing online • The e-safety issue that affects children and young people most is cyber bullying • Almost half of those who make friends with people online go on to meet them in real life • Girls access the internet through their phones much more than boys (35% compared to 20%) RECENT STUDY BY THE NFER OF PUPILS IN YEARS 3 - 9… SOURCE: THANKS TO CHRIS MAYOH FOR THIS INFORMATION
  47. 47. 47 THANK YOU FOR LISTENING TO OUR PRESENTATION BY OUR LADY’S DIGITAL LEADERS Comments/Questions?

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