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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Online Safety: Do's and Don'ts of internet safety- Be as anonymous as possible. Don't post idenifying information. Don't use your real name for usernames. Ask a responsible adult if youshould post something. Protected speech: Unprotected speech: Making an obscene speech about how we shouldn't have a act that requires websites to post privacy policies. Protesting against the children privacy protection act by using posters. Contributing money to a political campaign that helps victims of cyber bullying. Threatening the government because there should be an act to protect victims of online predators. There was many ordinances and acts created to help with online safety. One article states, "The new ordinance also created "child-safety zones" that regulate where sex offenders could loiter. Violators faced fines of up to $1,000 and six months in jail." Another article states, "The children's online privacy protection act of 1998 was designed to prohibit websites from obtaining information from children younger than 13without a parents consent." The last article states, "The act also requires websites to post privacy policies online.If they violate these requirements, Grillo explained, sites can face fines up to $11,000." Percent of teens that use social networking sites 73% 27% Facts:70% of teens hide their online behavior from parents21% of teens do not otherwise go online say they access internet through their cellphones2 out of 5 missing children, between ages 14-17 are missing due to internet activity28% of tweens have been contacted through the internet by someone they don't know Many people don't realize that online safety is important. People that try to stay safe on the internet sometimes will encounter online predators. The children's online privacy protection act is to anyone younger than 13 so that websites don't see information from anyone in that age range. This helps to keep children safe. If anyone disobeys this law theywill have to pay a fee and could even go to jail.
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