Internet and Media Safety for Families

Report
Internet and
Media Safety
for Families
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Technology is always
a two-edged Sword
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How many of us
have these devices in your home?
 Television sets
 Smartphones
 Game consoles
 Computers
 Tablets
 DVD players
How many of these devices can access the Internet?
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Presentation
Outline
 Presentation Objectives
 Why even use the Internet?
 Stay safe tips for the Internet
 Parental Controls
 Plug In to your Family
 Suggested Actions
Discussion throughout
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Presentation
Objectives
 Understand what we and our children face on
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the Internet
Understand how Internet content can benefit
your family
Understand protecting your children on the
Internet
Understand how to be involved with your
children and technology
Encourage us to BE INVOLVED and not be a
bystander
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Why even use the Internet?
 Communication
 Entertainment
 Education
 Personal research
 Gospel study
 Shopping
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Jeff Huber from Google
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What do you
need the
computer
for?
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Social Networking
Addiction
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Stay Safe Tips
for Social Networking
 Don’t leave a computer when still logged in
 Always be suspicious of others online
Internet
 Don’t provide personal information
 Never meet without taking someone with you
 Only visit sites intended for your age
were
ready to
hire you until we saw
“We
Check
the privacy
settings
the photo
of with
you other
on Facebook
 Don’t
interfere
profiles sliding
on the ice at Rockefeller Center
wearing only bowling shoes and a Viking helmet”
 Post only items that are in good taste
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How to Recognize
Dangerous Email
 You don’t know the person sending email
 Claims sound too good to be true
 Someone wants to send you money or a prize
 Bank asks for your account information
 Email asks to click on a link or download a file
 Email has misspellings or sounds awkward
 Never click the Unsubscribe link
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Good Web Surfing
Habits
 Update anti-virus and anti-malware programs
 Use a physical firewall
 Never click on pop-ups
 Be selective about registering at websites
 Avoid suspect websites
 Use credit card only on well-known websites
 Avoid peer-to-peer (P2P) network programs
“Quick!
Go
online before
and leaving computer
 Log
out from
websites
find out how to do CPR on a fish.”
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Parental Controls
Jeremy, can
you help us ?
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Parental Controls
There’s something fundamentally wrong
when you need your kid
to unlock the TV’s parental controls.
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Internet Content Filtering
 OpenDNS - DNS service for Internet Content
Filtering
 Software Packages for Internet Content
Filtering
Product comparison
website
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Implementing
Parental Controls
 Televisions/Cable
 Netflix/Hulu and others
 Computers/laptops – PC, Mac
 Smartphones – IOS, Android, Windows
Discuss handout
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“I can’t go to bed.
I told all the guys that when school was out,
you’d let me stay up
andSafety
watch
David Letterman!”
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for Families
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Plug In to your Family
 Hold Family Home Evening
 Create a family identity
 Set times for TV, video games and Internet
 Be OK with unstructured time
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Twelve Tips for Parent-Child
Interviews
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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9.
10.
11.
12.
Hold interviews regularly
Mothers and fathers can interview children jointly or take turns
Pray beforehand
Begin with a prayer
Plan to listen more than you speak
Don’t compare one child with another
When correcting, give a clear but loving explanation
Agree together what words best describe each problem
Don’t compromise gospel standards “just this once”
Praise each child generously and cheerfully
Bear your testimony often
Don’t discuss one child’s problems with other children
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“Well Robbie,
you broke into NASA
and caused a ruckus again.
You know the consequences:
No SpongeBob for a week!”
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We need to protect our nestlings
Boyd K. Packer
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Deseret Book
Clean & Safe
Media Pledge
Discuss handout
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Conclusions
 The Internet is a wonderful resource
 Internet hazards can be managed
 Parents need to set the right example
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Suggested Actions
 Read: LDS Gospel Topics - Internet
 Search for: Internet and Family Safety
 Hold a Family Home Evening on this topic
 Stay involved with your children
 Send me an email for a copy of this
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Internet and Media Safety for Families
7-Lesson Sunday School Class
1. Children are an Heritage of the Lord
2. The Sacred Roles of Fathers and Mothers
3. Internet and Media Safety for Families
4. Teach your Children about Media Choices
5. Teach your Children to prevent/avoid
Pornography
6. Teach Your Children about inappropriate
Internet/Media Exposures
7. Make Emergency Response Plans
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Discussion
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WEBWISE
 A teen guide to staying safe online
– http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/school_report/9692450.stm
 Internet use and safety
– http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/grownups/article/internet
-use-and-safety
 Parents on social media
– http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-21293438
 Top ten online safety tips
– http://www.bbc.co.uk/webwise/0/21259413
 What can parents do?
– http://www.bbc.co.uk/webwise/0/22728225
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Bibliography - 1
 Agency and Accountability
– https://www.lds.org/youth/for-the-strength-of-youth/agency-andaccountability?lang=eng
 Avoid Unsafe E-Mail and Scams
– http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/for-seniors-avoid-unsafeemail-and-scams.html
 'The Big Disconnect' helps parents and kids navigate the digital
world
– http://www.calgaryherald.com/life/Review+Disconnect+helps+parents
+kids+navigate+digital+world/8787255/story.html
 Deseret Book - Clean & Safe Media Pledge
– http://deseretbook.com/familypledge
 Entertainment and Media
– https://www.lds.org/youth/for-the-strength-of-youth/entertainmentand-media?lang=eng
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Bibliography - 2
 Good e-mail practice
– http://www.emailhelpdesk.co.uk/Guidelines/good-email-practice.html
 How do I keep my child safe on social networks?
– http://www.bbc.co.uk/webwise/guides/children-andsocial-networks
 How you can protect your family online
– https://www.google.ca/goodtoknow/familysafety/
 How To Set Up a Network Router
– http://compnetworking.about.com/od/homenetworki
ng/ht/routerconfigure.htm
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Bibliography - 3
 Internet Safety 101
– http://www.internetsafety101.org/
 LDS Gospel Topics - Internet
– http://www.lds.org/ldsorg/v/index.jsp?locale=0&sourceId=7575
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 LDS Tech - Internet and Family Safety
– http://tech.lds.org/wiki/Family_safety
 Safe Search Kids
– http://www.safesearchkids.com
 Should a 4-year-old own a smartphone?
– http://www.theglobeandmail.com/technology/technews/should-a-4-year-old-own-a-smartphone/article14602427/
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Bibliography - 4
 Staying Safe on YouTube
– http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nI2tmiKdPnU
 Twelve Tips for Parent-Child Interviews
– By Steven B. Glade
– https://www.lds.org/ensign/1997/06/twelve-tips-for-parentchildinterviews?lang=eng&query=interview+children+interview+NEA
R/1+children
 Unplug so you can plug in to your family
– http://www.azcentral.com/thingstodo/kids/articles/20130515pr
ojects-teach-children-sewing.html?nclick_check=1
 YouTube Safety Center
– https://www.youtube.com/yt/policyandsafety/safety.html
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Fake LinkedIn
Email
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The Internet is not a place for
irresponsible behaviour
“If you can’t say anything nice,
then don’t say anything
all!”
“If youat
can’t
say anything nice,
then just say it online!”
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“We don’t all follow you
on Twitter, Kayla.
So please just tell
the class what you did
during the summer . . .”
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Write down
your passwords
Sometimes my memory fails me,
so I changed my password to “incorrect”.
That way, when I login with the wrong password,
the computer responds with:
“Your
password
is incorrect” to remind me.
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and Media
Safety for Families
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Internet
Shaw
Internet
modem
Typical Home
Network Configuration
In-home
router
(back view)
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Laptop
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