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          互联网是与人建立联系,勇于创新,发现新事物的好地方。信息和通信技术(ICT)在年轻人的生活中扮演重要的角色,并为信息和通信技术越来越多地被使用,以提高电子商务的安全问题,并在学校推广信息通信技术的安全和负责任的使用是重要的在家。电子安全是一个全国性的问题,我们都必须旨在确保互联网是一个安全的方式使用。除了这一点,意识到的隐私设置,过滤器和社交网站的安全使用,使青少年感到在线保护。

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          Did You Know?

          • Girls are twice as likely to experience persistent cyber bullying than boys.
          • 38% of young people have been affected by cyber bullying.
          • Abusive emails (26%) and text messages (24%) are the most common methods of cyber bullying.
          • 35% of children aged 5-15 years old who use the Internet at home have an active social networking site profile. This breaks down by age as: 1% of 5-7 year olds, 18% of 8-11 year olds and 67% of 12-15 year olds.
          • In 2013, 12-15 year olds spent as much time using the internet as watching television.
          • 12-15 year olds have an average of 272 social networking friends.
          • In 2013, 43% of parents whose children used the Internet at home had parental controls installed on the PC/laptop/netbook.

          来源:

          • Department for Education (2011) Tarapdar, Saima and Kellet, Mary. London.
          • Ofcom (2013). Children and parents: 媒体 use and attitudes report (PDF). London: Ofcom

          电子安全 in School

          作为ICT课程的一部分,在关键阶段3学生了解什么样的信息不应在公共领域的共享。以及这一点,学生被教育关于互联网的礼仪和准则,应该坚持在社交网站上。心理健康社会教育也是在那里学生被教育关于电子安全为当地的警察社区支持官员引线的电子安全演示,与互联网浏览相关的危险和不当行为的后果网上的一个关键领域。关键阶段4学生也导致对电子安全全校集会和认识的隐私设置的重要性,以确保重要信息不能被身份不明的人进行访问。

          Social Networking

          Social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter continue to grow in terms of its popularity especially with children, some as young as 7 or 8 years old. Please click on the links below which aim to provide support regarding a range of key topics in relation to social networking.

          Advice for Parents on Keeping Safe Online

          点击 这里 for the most recent National research about parental support for Young People.

          • 很多年轻人都有关,如果他们意识到他们的孩子的活动网上家长会如何反应很着急。在许多情况下,这防止儿童/青少年讲出来时,事情是在网上发生在他们身上。重要的是,虽然孩子们意识到边界自己的行为,并建议如何保持自己的安全,他们也意识到,这是 never too late to tell somebody if something goes wrong.
          • 鼓励孩子/仁认为一个成年人的,他们可以信任告诉如果有人是可怕的,扰乱或伤害他们。这可能是家长,老师,青年俱乐部工作人员或类似CEOP的机构。请着重向他们表示,该人的主要目的将尽量保证他们的安全,并停止是导致他们受到惊吓或不安的行为。
          • If possible, remove or disable any webcam facility on the computer being used by the child/ren. Only reinstall this at times when a trusted adult is able to supervise their use of it.
          • Parents should have access to all of their child’s online accounts and control the passwords. This includes email, Facebook, Skype and MSN etc. In addition, we encourage parents to routinely review children’s internet accounts to ensure that they are not placing them at risk or are not being exploited by way of their activities online.
          • 当孩子使用的是新的游戏,网站或应用考虑,我们鼓励家长检查服务条款的那场比赛,等等,以确保他们能充分了解条款的性质(即是否有实时聊天设备/网络摄像头等等提供),并让他们相信自己的孩子符合最低年龄要求。儿童必须在13岁及以上的持有Facebook的帐户和使用儿童也会有最低年龄限制其他网站。
          • Remember that internet connection is included within smartphones, tablets, iPods, laptops and games consoles, not just computers, so the same precautions should be taken with them.
          • We would also suggest parents link all of their child’s accounts, including emails, to their own. This means any emails their child gets, they will also get, which should warn them if their child registers for inappropriate websites or is in receipt of any suspicious contact.
          • 我们建议孩子不要跟任何人在网上,他们不亲自知道下线。这有时做出困难的,因为游戏如MMO游戏或其他在线社区的性质,因此,我们鼓励孩子,除非他们被称为他们在现实生活中无法移动跨平台的人(即从游戏到Facebook或从Facebook对Skype) 。
          • 家长应该讨论的在线身份,他们的孩子时使用在线。建议他们在其中,如果他们描绘自己为他们可以将自己的风险较旧,或者如果他们创建在线角色包含性暗示的绰号,自己的名字和或年龄即joe.bloggs13@hotmail.com或sexiikate14@gmail.com。 CEOP往往能够识别年轻人谁前来通知,完全由他们的聊天记录和他们的用户名/在线身份内共享的信息。
          • 垃圾邮件 - 在用户中非常常见的。生成此类型的消息的计算机,它是几乎不可能找到它的来源。不幸的还有一点,那我们在CEOP可以阻止它这样做。一些消息要求信用卡是用来证明身份,在任何情况下,你应该透露这些信息。我建议,首先,你的孩子改变他们的帐户密码,并让他们的私人时刻。这是最好的告诉他们的联系人做同样的,因为他们可以全部是不知道发送给对方。这是最好的,他们不添加任何人,他们不知道自己的即时通讯联系人,因为这会使他们更容易受到这种类型的东西。我们的孩子应该阻止这种接触并没有接受他们成为朋友。这是一个好主意,如果他们再次遇到了,就关闭该窗口,立竿见影。有时,回答什么都让垃圾邮件,您的帐户是活动的,所以他们会继续把它发送给你。为了避免这种类型的邮件最好的办法就是关闭他们的帐户,并重新打开一个新的一个新的在线地址,但我们认识到,这并不总是很方便。这将停止的消息出现在他们的帐户,或者那些被接触。

          We also recommend that parents and children have a look at www.thinkuknow.co.uk. This is a CEOP website that has separate sections for parents and young people and has some great tips on how to stay safe online.

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          顶级技巧

          Parents and Carers

          1. Ensure the computer is kept in an area of the house, w这里 it is easier to monitor what young people are accessing online.
          2. Make the most of Internet filtering software and use your web browser’s controls to enable security on different websites.
          3. 信息rm children not to share their personal info息 online.
          4. Create a "code of conduct" policy w这里 young people are involved in creating rules which must be abided by when using the Internet at home.
          5. Be online together! Browsing the Internet with your child and being involved in their ‘online world’ will promote online safety.
          6. How to protect YOUR child and their Smartphone: //www.tigermobiles.com/2015/05/how-to-protect-your-children-on-their-smartphone/

          学生们

          1. Do not post any personal info息 online including your phone number, address, passwords or your school.
          2. SPEAK UP! If you viewed something online that made you anxious, unsafe or uncomfortable, please speak to an adult that you trust.
          3. If you do not know someone, why are they "your online friend" or "follower"?
          4. Privacy settings should always be kept to a maximum. Use the search engines on social networking websites to find out how to do this.
          5. Think carefully when "posting" or "sharing" a photo online. Remember, once a photo is posted online, people will be able to share or download the photo.

          Websites and Phone Numbers

          Phone Numbers

          • Childline – 0800 1111
          • StopitNow – 0800 1000900
          • NSPCC - 0808 800 5000

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