(link) Thatsnotcool.com is a USA based website designed to raise awareness about the new and complex problems teens face in building relationships in a digital world.
What pics are you sharing on Facebook or other Social Networking sites?
Who do you want to see you? How do you want to be seen? Would you be OK with your grandma checking out the pics of you at that party?
Not everything on the net is what/who you think it is. To make sure you are using the net as safely as possible and so you don't get caught out, read these tips below.
Just like the footprint you leave when you walk on the beach, your digital footprint is the trail you leave about yourself when you’re on the net. Anything you do online, including any profiles you have created, the sites you’ve visited and the online conversations you’ve had, add to this trail - even if you think you’ve been doing things anonymously, or have hidden them (e.g. deleted them from your computer)!
The Privacy Commissioner has released a Youth Privacy Kit which has guidance notes and ideas, discussion points, a short film, activities, a quiz, brochures. It is great for class use, and developed for young people by young people.
Digital Citizenship issues in primary school: The changes Web2 brings to cybersafety