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Megan Black

Eminent Tech: Beware of this App - 7 views

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    Snapchat is becoming wildly popular with teens and tweens. The idea being that photos and texts self destruct after a few seconds. You can probably guess how it can and is being misused.
Megan Black

Teaching and Modeling Good Digital Citizenship | MindShift - 17 views

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    Great article on Digital Citizenship resources to use. 
Anne Bubnic

Teens and Mobile Phones: Exploring safety issues - 2 views

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    In this talk, presented at the Family Online Safety Institute's annual conference (Nov 2010), senior research specialist Amanda Lenhart discussed Pew Internet data about how teens use mobile phones and the potential safety issues associated with them. The presentation was based on the April 2010 study by PEW on Teens and Mobile Phones. See: http://pewinternet.org/Reports/2010/Teens-and-Mobile-Phones.aspx
Anne Bubnic

MTV's A Thin Line campaign - 3 views

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    Draw a line between digital use and abuse via cell phone and Internet. Great place to learn about digital disrespect, innocent and appropriate online behaviors. Learn how to identify, respond to and stop the spread of digital abuse. The site contains a number of great videos for kids created by their peers. See: http://www.athinline.org/videos
Colette Cassinelli

Valley Catholic High School Cyber Bulling Awareness on Vimeo - 6 views

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    This video was made by my 2010 Digital Video Class at Valley Catholic School in Beaverton OR.  We interviewed and discussed Wired Teens and covered topics such as cyberbullying, texting, internet addiction and sexting.
Noelle Kreider

Interdisciplinary Response to Youth Sexting - 9 views

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    from NetSmartz, this 5 pg doc provides focus questions and recommended steps to prevent and respond to sexting
Anne Bubnic

Three house rules to overcome the digital gap and promote cyber safety - 1 views

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    House rules that factor in limits to the influence of technology are vital to making your home a sanctuary allowing family members to connect and promote sensible use of the Internet and phones. Three key elements for cyber safe house rules are identified.
Anne Bubnic

Stephen Balkam: Sexting and the Law of Unintended Consequences - 0 views

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    Sexting -- teens sending sexually explicit photos of themselves via cell phones -- has become the latest in a line of highly charged issues involving kids and the internet. A recent survey on sexting has claimed that one in five teens have sent nude or semi-nude photos of themselves, although at least one academic has questioned this finding
Anne Bubnic

Teen Sex Gone Viral - Sexting [Video] - 1 views

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    The ABC NightLine story of an 18 year old student branded as a sex offender over sexting, possession and distribution of photos of his former 16 year old girl friend.
Anne Bubnic

Phillip Alpert Sexting Teen Child Porn - ABC News - 0 views

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    Legal Debate Springs Up 18 year old is Put on Sex Offender List for Forwarding Risque Images
Anne Bubnic

Protocol for Investigating and Intervening in Sexting Incidents [pdf] - 3 views

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    Protocol developed by Lawyer/Educator Nancy Willard for school or district involvement in investigating, documenting and disciplining sexting incidents.
Anne Bubnic

Sext-Ed | Rosalind Wiseman - 5 views

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    Great parenting advice from Rosalind Wiseman on appropriate discipline for teens and tweens who have participated in sexting either as the perpetrator or someone who has helped spread the photos to others. Three different scenarios are addressed. Some advice may be applicable to school. The idea is for kids to own up and take responsibility - as perpetrators, bystanders, and targets - for unethical behavior.
Anne Bubnic

2010 Legislation Related to Sexting - 0 views

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    So far this year, at least 15 states have introduced or are considering bills or resolutions aimed at "sexting." The legislation generally aims to educate young people about the risks of sexting, deter them from the practice, and apply appropriate penalties to those who do engage in sexting. While some states are just encouraging programs to educate teens about the dangers of sexting, others are attempting to de-criminalize the act.
Anne Bubnic

FL State lawmakers consider going easier on sexting teens - 0 views

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    Florida State lawmakers Monday took up a bill that would, for the first time, create a separate penalty for the increasingly common, and risqué, practice among teens - sending naked or suggestive pictures of themselves via cell phone or e-mail.
Anne Bubnic

'Sexting' students would earn scolding under IL state measure - 0 views

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    tudents under 18 who use computers or cell phones to share nude photos of their peers would earn little more than a scolding under a measure the Illinois Senate approved Thursday to address the "sexting" phenomenon. Offenders would not face criminal charges, but would get juvenile court supervision that could result in counseling or community service. The bill doesn't address youths who send or receive racy photos if they don't distribute them.
Anne Bubnic

Court Says Parents Can Block 'Sexting' Cases - 2 views

  • The district attorney at the time, George Skumanick Jr., said that students possessing “inappropriate images of minors” could be prosecuted for possession or distribution of child pornography, and sent letters to the parents of the students with the phones — and the parents of students who appeared in the photographs — threatening to prosecute any student who did not participate in an after-school “education program.”
  • The syllabus called for the girls to write a report explaining why they were there, what they had done, and why it was wrong.
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    In the first federal appeals court opinion dealing with "sexting" - the transmission of sexually explicit photographs by cellphone - a three-judge panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit ruled Wednesday that parents could block the prosecution of their children on child pornography charges for appearing in photographs found on some classmates' cellphones.
Anne Bubnic

Cell Phone Etiquette - 1 views

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    14 rules of cell phone etiquette with additional guidelines for young mobile users.
Anne Bubnic

Sexting PSA [Video] - 1 views

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    30 second PSA on the dangers of Sexting.
Anne Bubnic

Cyber Exchange/ Security Awareness Materials - 1 views

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    Download free posters suitable for GR 6-12 classrooms on sexting awareness, firewalls, cyberpredators and cybersecurity from Cyber Exchange, a Cyber Security Awareness program and nonprofit that provides education and certification for information security professionals.
Anne Bubnic

11 Things You Should Never Do Online - 4 views

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    Did you know you could lose insurance benefits from putting photos online? Or that a Tweet can put you in jail? Or that the FBI might be friending you on Facebook? Or that even brand-new service Chatroulette isn't truly anonymous?
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