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10 questions on digital citizenship
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What should you do if someone you do not know online wants your personal information?
Email them your personal information.
Talk to a trusted adult about the situation
Meet them and give it to them in person.
Talk to them on the phone before you decide what to do.
What is the golden rule for digital citizenship?
There is no golden rule for digital citizenship.
Show pics of your friends without permission.
Always think before you post.
Express how you feel about others online.
Keeping our relationships with others private is a good idea.
What is a digital footprint?
Where you walk.
A picture of your foot.
A record of your online history.
Why should you stop and think before you click?
So you will not embarrass yourself and others.
So you will not overshare information.
To protect yourself in the future.
All of the above.
Cyberbullying is against the law.
Who can you share your password with?
A trusted adult
An online friend
Your best friend
Copyright is a form of protection given to the authors or creators of their works.
Copying and pasting the exact words of an online author in your research paper without citing it properly is an example of plagiarism.
If cyberbullying happens to you, you should....
Tell a trusted adult such as your parent, teacher, assistant principal, or principal
Save the evidence and do not respond to the bully.
Ask a parent to contact the cell phone company, the social network site and the Internet provider.
All of the above
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