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BUDD:E (Secondary Grades) - 0 views

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    Budd:e Secondary explores advanced e-security topics, including: creating content, file-sharing, pop-ups, privacy, sharing, scams, spam, spyware, malware, phishing, online transactions and computer viruses. Includes videos and teacher resources.
Anne Bubnic

An Educator's Guide To Responsible Technology Use [pdf] - 3 views

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    26 page guide for Educators on Safety, Security and Ethics produced for K-12 students and teachers by the IIIA/James Madison University in cooperation with the Office of Ed Tech for the State of Virginia. Covers digital communication topics like ethics, digital footprint, flaming, spyware, viruses, hoaxes, spoofing & phishing, spam, identity theft, privacy, cyberpredators, social networking, gaming, and bullying via cell phone.
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Think You're Anonymous? [video] - 1 views

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    Peppy Video in cartoon-style that shows kids that they are not as "anonymous" as they might think. If they choose to cyberbully online, it is traceable.
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Wise Up To IT Lesson Plans/Video - 4 views

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    Four Videos and lesson plans from the Australian Government. The videos present four situations in four stories-offering many strategies to address the issues raised. Covers topics in all areas of digital citizenship.
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Cybercrime Resources and Tips [Symantec Corp] - 0 views

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    The threat landscape once dominated by the worms and viruses unleashed by irresponsible hackers is now ruled by a new breed of cybercriminals. Cybercrime is motivated by fraud, typified by the bogus emails sent by "phishers" that aim to steal personal information. The tools driving their attacks and fueling the blackmarket are crimeware - bots, Trojan horses, and spyware.
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Teen Hacker Could Get 38-Year Sentence for Fixing Grades - 0 views

  • Omar Khan, 18, a student at Tesoro High School in Rancho Santa Margarita, now faces 34 felony counts of altering a public record, 11 felony counts of stealing and secreting a public record, seven felony counts of computer access and fraud, six felony counts of burglary, four felony counts of identity theft, three felony counts of altering a book of records, two felony counts of receiving stolen property, one felony count of conspiracy and one felony count of attempted altering of a public record.
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    They may be just kids, but two Orange County, Calif., teens are accused of committing a whole bunch of grown-up crimes. The allegations include hacking into school computers to change grades and planting spyware on a district computer. One of them faces 69 felony charges, which could land him in prison for up to 38 years if he's convicted.
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OnGuard Online - Quizzes - 0 views

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    OnGuardOnline.gov provides practical tips from the federal government and the technology industry to help you be on guard against Internet fraud, secure your computer, and protect your personal information. There are ten colorful flash-based quizzes here appropriate for students on security topics such as phishing, hackers, spyware etc.
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WEB|WISE|KIDS: MIRROR IMAGE [Interactive Software Adventure] - 0 views

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    3rd in the Cybercop Series. MIRROR IMAGE tells the story of teenagers Sheena and Megan, best friends who are victimized by a criminal who uses the Internet to lure young women with promises of modeling contracts and online romance. Neither of the girls realizes that hacking software has been placed on their computers during their conversations with their 'online boyfriends.' Soon Sheena and Megan begin to suspect that someone is stalking them in real life. Players work with a detective to track the predator and arrest him. Available both as a home edition and a school edition. [Windows and Mac OSX versions available]
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