Internet project

  1. An explanation of how the Internet has changed communication. Make sure to use at least one specific example.
-The internet has changed communication by making it easier to contact people with only knowing a little information about them. All you need to know is their email or username and you can text and video chat.

  1. Define Immediacy, Permanence and Lack of Control as they pertain to the Internet and explain how Immediacy, Permanence and Lack of Control affect both our offline and our online identities and lives. Include at least one example for each.
-Immediacy on the internet is when you post something or twitter or post a picture or video on the internet it is immediately on the internet. Permanence is whenever you decided the internet, it is there forever and there is nothing you could do to get rid of that post. Lack of control is when you have no control who can see your post, it can be screen shoted, reshared and more.

  1. What are two ways that you can actively manage and protect your identity and your reputation online? (one of each)
-One way you can manage your identity online is limiting the amount of personal information you post on the internet and another thing is to watch where you take your picture because someone might decide to track down where you live.

  1. Answer the question: “Does the Internet have rules?” Use at least one specific example.
-The internet does have rules. All major internet service providers and website have certain rules and if you break them it is possible for you to get banned from their services.

  1. Define cyberbullying in your own words.
-Cyberbullying is when you harras/bullying someone over the internet.

  1. Describe at least 2 kinds of cyberbullying and why they are considered cyberbullying
-One kind of cyberbullying is raiding, raiding is when you send a group of people to harras a person or a group of people over the internet. Sometimes they do it for fun or sometimes they do it because they dislike the person and/or their beliefs/views
  1. Provide advice for: victims, bullies and bystanders of cyberbullying
-Victims, block and report the person.
 -bullies: understand that you are harassing someone online and that you might make that person harm their selves. Stop immediately.
bystanders: Tell the victim to block the bully and block them yourself.
  1. Your Top 5 tips for using the Internet