Monday, February 6, 2017

Digital Citizenship: Activity 3 Digital Footprint


Digital Footprint
Is basically everything on the internet that is about you! 
Sometimes content about you may be viewed by people you don’t know. Your digital footprint may include photos, audio, videos, blog posts, posts you write on friends’ walls. Like all information on the internet, it can be permanent. 
Remember: Internet information has a global audience


Revisit the 4Rs - emphasized in SST
  • R1 - Respect
  • R2 - Responsibility
  • R3 - Relationship
  • R4 - Reflection
Apply the 4Rs in cyber space.

IMPORTANT NOTE
With the choice you made, you must also bear the responsibility.

CONSEQUENCES


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Reflection Question 3 
Post your responses under comments

(a) How do you find this lesson relevant to you in your life?

(b) Why are people not aware of the risk they can potentially put themselves in when they share personal information on the internet.

(c) What can be done to increase people's awareness of these dangers?




 

22 comments:

  1. (b) Why are people not aware of the risk they can potentially put themselves in when they share personal information on the internet.
    Ans: They might not feel that it is very easy to get his/her information and only her close friends can see her personal information, such as home address and private pictures.

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  2. (c) Hack their accounts and teach them a lesson.

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  3. b) People usually think that the information that they post or publish will only be shown to their friends and not to the public.

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  4. As most people live online, this shows the consequences of revealing too much on the internet.
    They are oblivious to what a horrid place the internet can be, and are too foolish to see through traps on the internet
    Websites about this topic and maybe talks or presentations in school

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  5. (a) As people nowadays use social media frequently, is is important to learn these lessons to prevent ourselves from being fooled.

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  6. (c) We can educate people via talks, speeches, etc.

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  7. A) I use the internet very often, everyday.

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  8. (b) People think that as long as they only share their particulars, the information would not get into the hands of a stranger

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  9. a) We use the Internet everyday and some people use social media everyday

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  10. a)people think that no one would be able to see their photos or are very desperate for popularity and put up photos to get popularity

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  11. a) Many people use social media now, so it is important to learn these lessons to ensure safety when using social media.

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  12. B) The person might feel that only his/her friends will be able to see her posts and that other people will not be able to see it but actually people he/she may not know are able to view.

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  13. B) They are ignorant and do not think much about the dangers and what they are doing. They just think that this is just 1 of the posts i have been posting for my entire life. They do not feel or think of how they are going to fall prey to perverted people.

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  14. a)
    i've seen many of my friends post pictures of themselves online and saying certain things that may have been inappropriate.

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  15. a) I use social media a lot and have many friends that I don't know, if I'm not careful, they could lead me to commit unwanted acts.

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  16. b) They think that they are safe and that they would not be targeted.

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  17. (b) They think that their account is safe and only friends know their account.

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  18. b) they think people wont care abt their post. and just post it up without thinking.

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  19. b) They do not think about what may happen if others take hold of their information. They usually think that no one out there would want her information.

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  20. answer (b): they probably feel as if much of the information of what they post and what they do are limited to their screen and believe it cannot be easily traced.

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  21. (b) they might not know as they might think that these info is not so important, that they think that people might not be bothered to see their account.

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  22. a) So many people work with computers and use the internet all the time. Learning how to prevent yourselves from getting taken advantage of.

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