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Questions to review for Internet Safety test

Cyberbullies often hurt others because they feel bad about themselves. True
A cyberbully is probably someone you know. True
In-person bullying is more serious than cyberbullying. False
There are laws to protect you against cyberbullying. True
On the Internet, anybody can say whatever they want with no consequences. False
Keeping your e-mail address and screen names private can help protect you from a cyberbully. True
If someone cyberbullies you, it is OK to cyberbully him or her. False
Cyberbullies bother you over the phone or online. This means they won't get caught. False
Most cyberbullies are between the ages of 9 and 14. True
If a cyberbully's message contains a threat, you should tell an adult; otherwise, it is best to ignore it and/or block the sender. True
Making fun of someone online is one form of cyberbullying. True
It is good online manners to never post pictures of your friends without asking them first. True
If someone you are chatting with online offers you a gift, it is OK to accept it. False
It is OK to meet someone in person if you only know him or her online. False
Online predators can reach you many different ways. They can contact you on message boards, in chat rooms, on social networks, and even in games. True
All predators are strangers. False
It is showing good manners if you don't forward a message or an e-mail without asking the person who wrote it first. True
You should never agree to trade photos with someone you are talking to online. True
If an online friend asks you to keep your friendship a secret, it is one sign that something is wrong. True
You will get in trouble if you tell an adult that you think a predator has contacted you. False
Social networks are safe for all ages. False
Some Internet sites are best to avoid because they make unrealistic claims, have illegal or immoral content, steal information, or have information that is not true. True
You can trust everyone you meet online and everything you see online. False
Social networks are a good place to keep track of friends, make plans, share thoughts, and perhaps make new (online) friends. True
You cannot control who looks at your profile on a social networking site. False
A good username does not include personal information. True
When targeting their victims, dangerous criminals often disguise their identity on social networking sites. True
To be safe, you should make sure your chat room handle or IM screen name makes it easy to determine your real name. False
Online postings can last for years, decades, and even longer. True
If shopping online, make sure the URL says or there is a lock icon. True
A good rule to follow when using your cell phone is to only say in text what you would say to a person's face. True
When you are online, you can never really know to whom you are talking. True
Online harassment is communicating or talking to someone online in a way that makes them feel unsafe or embarrassed. True
It's OK to give a friend one of your passwords. You can always change it later. False
Wireless connections in a public place are usually safe. False
The most important thing when creating a password is to make it easy to remember. False
It is recommended that you spend no longer than 2 hours in front of a TV Or computer screen per day. Otherwise you could develop poor posture or eye strain. True
You have been talking to someone on a message board for a few weeks. When they ask what neighborhood you live in, it is rude not to tell them. False
A strong password should have at least 6 characters of a combination of lower- and upper-case letters, symbols, and numbers. True
Your school's name is considered personal information and should not be shared with someone online. True
It is safe to share such things as your favorite food, your hobbies, and your favorite singing group online. True
If you do decide to meet an online friend in person, be sure to tell someone else where you are going and when you are going to return. True
In order to protect your privacy, you should never save the cookies in your Internet browser. True
In order to protect your privacy, you should use the same password for every site. False
Online gaming has some benefits, such as improving coordination and problem-solving skills, developing teamwork, and being able to practice something until you master it True
The best tool to use to be safe online is your brain. True
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