Internet Survival Guide

1st slide: It’s just the cover page .
2nd slide :In this slide show we will talking about the impact of internet on communication,immediacy,permanence,lack of control,managing/protecting identity, my thoughts on “does the internet have rules?”,cyberbullying,tips, and advice.
3rd slide: The internet has changed communication because it has made it faster and more efficient. People are able to get and share information easier. Also talk to people from all across the world.
4th slide: Immediacy means instantly. Right after you press enter, your post will be sent off into the abyss that is called the internet.
5th slide: Permanence means it’s there forever ; eternal. Pertaining to the internet, everything you post online is there forever. It is never really,  “deleted”.
6th slide: Lack of control means that you can’t contain where your post will end up at after you press “post”.
7th slide :They affect our online identities/lives because it can lead to people doing stuff they might not usually do. Immediacy doesn’t give you enough time to think about your post. Permanence: Once it’s posted, it’s there forever. Lack of control: People will post and repost it. So even after it is deleted there is still a chance it’s not gone completely.
8th slide : They affect our offline identities/lives because they make someone lose their jobs over a stupid tweet or facebook post. It could really affect how people perceive them. They could lose everything because of one mistake. Immediacy affects offline because that  quick and erratic post could have been detrimental to business and relationships. Permanence affects a person offline because the posts can now be seen in their “permanent” reputation on the internet  even after deletion. Lack of control  affects your offline life because you can no longer control who see it. Potential bosses,peers, family, and even strangers will see the ignorant post/mistake you made.
9th slide: Two ways you can manage and protect your identity are by consistently checking to see if you are being impersonated and make sure to contact the website when you do. Report bullies/trolls and never post personal information.
10th slide: No, the internet does not have rules because people wouldn’t be able to do the things do.

For example, Donald trump's tweets. They are racist,ignorant, and sexist yet he hasn’t been punished for it. Wouldn’t his tweets count as libel because his words have messed up the reputation of blacks, gays, and women.

11th slide: Cyberbullying is harassing( impersonating, sharing other’s personal stuff, and etc) and verbally abusing someone on the internet/ social media .

12th slide: One kind of cyberbullying is shaming. Its when a person repost or post someone else’s mistakes to make them feel bad.

Another kind is outing. Outing is when you post someone’s personal information.

These are considered cyberbullying because these can cause someone to feel bad about themselves. They can also put people in danger.
13th slide:
My advice for victims is dont let what bullies do get to you because you will never get over it if you do. Just try to block their comments and insults out of your head. You could always block and report them.

14th slide : My advice for bullies is stop being jerks . How would you feel if you were the victim? Just mind your buisness if you dislike something/someone because the same things you do to others you would hate to see happen to you.

 15th slide:My advice for bystanders don’t just watch the bully harass the victim, help them. Report the bully and let the website know what the bully has been doing. Also don’t try to jump in because you’ll add fuel to the flame. You’ll just make the bully happy but entertaining him/her.

16th slide: Tip 1: think about what you post first

Tip 2 : Never post personal information

Tip 3: Walk away from trolls

Tip 4 : Report when you see cyberbullying

Tip 5 : Don’t share passwords