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The unvarnished truth about unsecured Wi-Fi - 2 views

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    This article outlines the dangers of using unsecured WIFI networks both at home and with others. Hackers can access and capture sensitive data over your network.
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6 Tips for Facebook Security [Video] - 4 views

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    Video produced by AVG Internet Security. Offers great privacy tips, scenarios and think-abouts for kids. Uses humor and exaggeration to make the point.
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Students: Cyberbullying: Not Just Name-Calling - 1 views

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    One of eight interactive case studies for kids (GR 4-8) from Cable In the Classroom: Power to Learn.
    Harassment and humiliation take on new forms in Cyberspace. Learn about the consequences, actions and reactions of using cell phones, the Internet and other digital devices to bully one's peers. This unit explores cyberbullying and the offline consequences for online actions. The graphics are Nickelodeon style. A short quiz assesses understanding. For the entire series, check out: http://powertolearn.com/internet_smarts/interactive_case_studies/index.shtml
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Mom Hacks Facebook Account; Teen Sues - 1 views

  • It was a mixed blessing that within 24 hours of creating her Facebook page, my kid was harassed unmercifully by a so-called friend — someone she thought was a friend in real life — to the point where she had to unfriend and block other communications from them. I couldn’t have made my case any better about the dangers of social media if I’d paid the obnoxious bully to do it for me.
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    A teen has sued his mother for harassment after she logged into his Facebook account and changed content. He also claims she's made "slanderous" comments about him in Facebook as well. It's important to note that this 16-year-old lives with his grandmother and not his mother, and that he appears to be old enough to drive in his home state of Arkansas.
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How I'd Hack Your Weak Passwords - 3 views

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    f you invited me to try and crack your password, you know the one that you use over and over for like every web page you visit, how many guesses would it take before I got it?
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Norton ranks riskiest cities for cybercrime - 0 views

  • Symantec then rated each city using different categories, such as risky online behavior (defined as buying items online and accessing financial information) and the number of cybercrimes per capita.
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    Among 50 U.S. cities studied for their vulnerability to cybercrime, Seattle came out on top as the riskiest place, followed by Boston, Washington, D.C., and San Francisco, according to the report "Norton's Top 10 Riskiest Online Cities," released Monday. Results are based on the number of attempted hacking attacks and infected systems.
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Man Arrested for Hacking Into Obama's Twitter - 0 views

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    A Frenchman will face trial after hacking into Twitter accounts, including that of U.S President Barack Obama, a French prosecutor said.
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Student accused of hacking into computers, sending threatening messages - 1 views

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    A Lehigh Acres teen is accused of hacking into a Lee County school's computer system and sending threatening messages to parents. The student is facing charges of two counts of an offense against intellectual property/modify without authority computer support document, each a third degree felony, and three counts of an offense against computer users/computer crime/interrupt or impair a governmental operation or public communication, each a second degree felony.
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You May be Legally Liable Offline for your Actions Online - 1 views

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    It is becoming generally accepted that virtual property has real value and virtual crimes have spawned a whole new class of crime in real life.
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More than one face to Cyberbullying in the classroom - 0 views

  • 4. Disrespect- If you are going to treat me, or others in a way that is hurtful, if you are going to 'injure' others emotionally/socially... then we have a problem. Hitting someone, or physically hurting someone puts you in the 'Dangerous' category and becomes an immediate office referral. Disrespect on the other hand is a little different. If you emotionally or socially injure someone then you are defying one or two of our school beliefs : Respect and/or Inclusion.
  • This act, whether done simply as a joke, or with hurtful intentions, was wrong on many levels, from identity theft with the use of Student 1's account to social embarrassment of Student 3, (and Student 1 as well). It is cyberbullying because it used technology as the medium to bully. 
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    Teachable moments. How one teacher dealt with cyberbullying in his classroom.
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