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If you have any internet safety questions please feel free to email Lieutenant Chad Malloy or call at (201)-391-4977 Ext. 426
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Keep Your Identity Private: If you are in any type of public forum, avoid giving out your full name, your mailing address, your telephone number, the name of your school, or any other information that could help someone determine your actual identity. The same applies to your family and friends. Never reveal anything about other people that could possibly get them into trouble.
Never Get Together With Someone You "Meet" Online The biggest danger to your safety is if you get together with someone you "meet" online. Remember, you never know (for certain) if people you meet online are who they say they are. If someone that you do not know wants to meet you, tell your parents or a trusted adult right away. it will save your life.
Talk with Your Parents About Their Expectations and Ground Rules for Going Online: It is important that you and your parents are on the same channel when it comes to your online activities. This includes when you can go online, how long you can stay online, and what activities you can do online. Communicating with your parents does not mean that you have to give up your privacy. It just means that you come to an agreement based on mutual trust and understanding. While you are at it, perhaps you can help your parents better understand the Internet, what it can be used for, and how it is helpful for teens.
Don't Be A Part Of Cyber Bullying: If someone is sending you hostile messages or is threatening you in any way, tell your parents or a trusted adult. Do not respond. By sending a response just encourages that person. If you are thinking about sending a hostile message to someone DON'T, There are consequences. If you don't believe me check out this website RyanPatrickHalligan.com
As a Parent Don't be Afraid To Monitor What Your Children Are Doing Online: Computers should be kept in a high traffic area of the house. This way your children know, that at any time you could pass by and see what they are doing. Also go over your child's buddy list with them. If they can not tell you the first and last name of a person's screen name in three seconds, Then that screen name should be erased. Remember be as involved in there online lives as you are in their everyday lives. Most importantly ask your children if they are posting "blogs" short for web logs. For example on Facebook.com or Formspring.com. If they are, ask to see it, and discuss with them what they have put on it.
Don't Get Fooled By Scams: Do not give out any personal information to anyone via e-mail or chat room, i.e. passwords, social security numbers, or credit card numbers. There are many dishonest people out there who are able to make up "spoof e-mails". These e-mails look authentic from reputable companies, but in fact they are fake.