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Limit the information you post. Never include personally identifying data like your home address or phone number. This can protect you from identity
Set your Privacy settings carefully. Social networking sites now allow you to designate privacy settings on virtually everything you post—status updates,
photos, group memberships—as you make those postings. Carefully consider how public you want to be about your private life. Don’t think just because
you set your page to private that it cannot be accessed.
Know what your Friends post about you—in photos as well as in words. Your friends may not be as concerned with protecting your privacy as you are.
Trust your instincts. If a new Friend begins to creep you out, unFriend them. Fast.
Think before you click. Don’t forget that you can’t take something back once you hit send or post. If you’re not sure whether something’s appropriate, it’s
probably not. Be especially careful about posting anything when you’re mad or upset. If you find yourself seething about something you’ve read online,
take a break away from your computer before you respond.
Report abuse. Actions online can do more than hurt. Reporting abuse might even prevent a suicide. How would you feel if you knew and DIDN’T say
anything? Is that something you want to carry around with you for the rest of your life?
Don’t bully yourself. Think carefully before each and every post. Too much online reputation damage is self-inflected when people post first and think
Don’t bully others. Treating others the way you want to be treated is never a bad decision. It will also protect you from cyber attacks in retribution.
Phishing for Dollars
Phishing for Dollars
In May 2006, 14-year-old Takumi of Nagoya, Tokyo became the first Japanese minor charged with the Internet crime of phishing. Takumi tricked users into divulging per-
sonal information by creating a website that he disguised as a popular Internet gaming site. Using this ploy, Takumi stole the identity of 94 people. He even tried to blackmail
teenage girls from whom he’d stolen personal information into sending him naked photos.