Have an account?
I am online and I meet someone my age in a chat room. It is OK to give him or her my address or phone number so we can get together.
I have a digital picture of myself and someone I met online wants to see it. It is OK to send it to that person.
I am visiting a site that is very popular. They want my name and phone number so I can enter a contest. I decide to cancel it because I don't really know if they will use my name and phone number for good purpose.
I am in the middle of a chat session and someone says something really mean. I should ...
say something mean back.
ask them to apologize.
not respond and will tell my parents about it.
My parents' and I have established rules as to what I can do on the internet when I'm home but I am at a friend's house. Should I go by my parents' rules or do whatever my friend does?
Go by your parents' rules.
Do whatever your friend does.
I'm online and I get a message from my internet service provider asking for my password. They say they need it to fix my account. I will give it to them.
What do you do when a stranger approaches you online?
ignore the stranger
arrange to meet the stranger
chat with the stranger to find out more about him or her
inform your parents
Your personal information is meant to be...
shared with others
________ emails or messages containing links that you do not recognise.
What information should you not give out?
Your phone number
All of the above