By:James Beauford

& Jinjer Hammond

Digital Life 101

     Blog: A regularly updated website.

              Flaming:Online argument that uses vulgar language.

     P2P: A distributed application architecture that partitions tasks or                   work loads between peers.

  Phishing: the activity of defrauding an online account holder of                      financial information by posing as a legitimate company

  podcast: a digital audio file made available on the Internet for downloading to a computer or portable media player, typically available as a series, new installments of which can be received by subscribers automaticallya digital audio file made available on the Internet for downloading to a computer or portable media player, typically available as a series, new installments of which can be received by subscribers automatically

   Aggregator: a website or program that collects related items of content and displays them or links to them.

 

make them long phrases or sentences that mix capital and lowercase letters, numbers, and symbols.

 

Use different passwords, especially for sites that keep financial information.

Passwords

1: Adhere to the same standards of behavior online that you follow in real life

 

2: Know where you are in cyberspace

 

3: Respect other people's time and bandwidth

 

4: Make yourself look good online

 

5: Help keep flame wars under control

Netiquette

Protect yourself online

   Tip: Do not give out your

 

     1:phone number    

     

     2:Social Security number

 

     3:passwords

 

     4:names of family members

 

     5:credit card number

 

Digital Piracy occurs when

 

someone other than the

 

copyright holder copies the     

product and resells it for a 

 

fraction of the cost that the 

 

legitimate producer charges.

 Digital Piracy

 

1.Keep your child’s profile private so that only family and people you know see photos, important dates and other information.

 

2.Make sure they’re not posting personal details, including phone numbers, home address, and the name of their school or Social Security number.

 

3.Only allow them to publish photos and videos that don't jeopardize their safety or their integrity.

 

4.Make sure they choose a strong password that can't be guessed, and that it gets changed every three months.

 

5.Never allow them to accept friend requests from people they don't know.

Social Media

Cyberbullying is bullying that takes place using electronic technology.

Cyberbullying

Help them be smart about what they post or say. Tell them not to share anything that could hurt or embarrass themselves or others. Once something is posted, it is out of their control whether someone else will forward it.

Cyberbullying