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5 Steps to Internet Safety

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					Our goal is to operate in safe places on the Internet. As you travel in cyberspace, be on guard for any inappropriate web site or for anyone who appears to be cyberbullying. For any questionable situations, follow these rules:

Stop

Screenshot Block
Take a screenshot. Save a copy and print a copy.

Stop what you are doing. Don’t keep clicking.

Anyone offensive should be blocked and removed as a friend if he or she is on your friends list.

Tell

Share

Tell your teacher or network administrator (or your parents if you are at home) about the situation and give them a copy of the screenshot. When you have a problem, do not stop speaking out until you find someone who can help you.

After talking to your parents and/or teacher, if the incident is appropriate to discuss, share it with others to promote Internet safety.

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Description: Handout for nonprofit schools to share with students, teachers, and parents about how to be safe online. These were developed to promote online safety and communication with parents and teachers in a rapidly changing landscape of online behaviors.