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  Internet Safety Tips
  1. Don't give out personal or identifying information about (yourself, your family members or your friends). Such information would include:
    - full names
    - email addresses or passwords
    - addresses
    - phone numbers home or cell
    - school or sports teams
    - links to Web sites with such information about you or people that you know

  2. Don't share pictures of yourself. If you do, use photo software to turn them into sketches or otherwise disguise them so that others cannot misuse them.

  3. Think of the Internet as a permanent billboard, and remember that the whole world may be watching. If you wouldn't want that creepy person on the bus, your parents, family, or teachers to see it, don't post it. Stuff on the Internet can live a very long time and may be seen by anyone.

  4. Go with your gut. If a Web site or person gives you an uneasy feeling, then leave it or them, tell your parents about it or them, and block the site or person.

  5. Keep your passwords secret.

  6. Don't trust just anyone. Pick a secret code word to use with friends.

  7. Realize that when IMing you might be communicating with more people than you are aware.

  8. Never arrange a face-to-face meeting with someone you meet online.

  9. Do not respond to any message that is mean or makes you feel uncomfortable. Tell your parents if you do get any improper messages.

  10. Pick a safe username that doesn't say too much about you and is not easy to guess. Make sure that it contains a mix of letters, numbers, and if possible, symbols.