Slide 2: An explanation of how the Internet has changed communication. Make sure to use at least one specific example.
The internet has changed communication because now you don’t have to send mails to people or run over and tell them. You can just email , call , or text.
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.
Slide 3: Immediacy : when you post something and people immediately see it
Slide 4: Permanence lasting or remaining unchanged indefinitely.
Slide 5: Lack of Control when you can't control what you put out there.
Slide 6: What are two ways that you can actively manage and protect your identity and your reputation online? (one of each)
By creating passwords that you don’t know
Don’t post anything you don't want people to see
Put your account on private
Don’t share your information
Slide 7: Answer the question: “Does the Internet have rules?” Use at least one specific example.
They internet does not have rules because you can still do anything you want on the internet. Nothing is stopping you from posting bad comments of people unless someone report it, but several people got to report so the carrier can know what going on. When you post something inappropriate the internet does not check it or block.
Slide 8: Define cyberbullying in your own words.
When electronic device to communicate with someone to bully someone. Causing harm to someone making them feel bad.
Slide 8: Describe at least 2 kinds of cyberbullying and why they are considered cyberbullying
Harassment: sending offensive and malicious messages to an individual or a group and is often repeated multiple times.
Flaming is similar to harassment, but it refers to an online fight exchanged via emails, instant messaging or chat rooms. It is a type of public bullying that often directs harsh languages, or images to a specific person.
Slide 8: Provide advice for: victims, bullies and bystanders of cyberbullying
Don´t worry about what people say to you.They say anything to make you mad.
Your Top 5 tips for using the Internet
Slide 9: Stay Private
Slide 10: Don’t share private information
Slide 11: Don’t cyberbully
Slide 12: Don't send anything inappropriate to anyone
Slide 13: Be safe
Be Conscious, Think Before you Post!
In this article an officer was suspended without pay for using the internet negatively. He was posting vine videos of him stealing cocaine from evidence room as a joke. He is a cop from Buffalo, New York named Richard Hy. He was lucky he kept his job (so far). His account on vine was called “angry cops”. Richard Hy broke a policy when wearing his uniform in some of the videos. In the videos he pretends he is a shot suspect, taking cocaine from evidence locker , and also makes fun of people who are over dose at a drug court etc. When he got in trouble he made a statement on vine saying “I'm blowing up on the news right now I guess Cops can't be funny or have a life outside of being emotionless robots”. Lack of Control played a role in this article because Richard Hy wasn’t able to control who and want was able to access it. Richard Hy was not thinking before posting, he didn’t notice that the police department and other cops were going to see it. In his videos he was being very immature when pretending to be someone. Richard Hy thought many of the videos were funny but other people it was very disturbing and offensive. Permanence played a role in Richard Hy situation because everything he posted is now permanent and shared. Millions of people now so it and shared it and showing others. Even though if he deleted it’s still out there because he can’t delete it off the internet. Immediacy also played a role in his situation because his videos went viral fast. Many people shared , and liked his videos making other people see it and many other officers.