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Last Updated: Jul 09, 2012 11:46AM PDT
Myspace is a global lifestyle portal that reaches millions of people around the world. It's important that parents and educators advise children of the risks of the internet and how to make wise choices online.

This site is dedicated to empowering and providing resources for a safer online experience. Throughout this site, you will find useful safety information, tips and resources to navigate online communities and to help teach your family and friends to do the same.

Specific Media is steadfast in our commitment to being an entertaining community that keeps people safe online through unique safety features and technology.

We hope this site will give you some of the necessary tools and tips to protect children from possible dangers online.


Parents

 

The internet offers individuals a way to discover and be discovered as well as interact with people around the world. Children may not be aware of what is too personal or appropriate to share online. Be aware of your child’s online activity and discuss it with them. Being aware of current safety issues and talking to your child about their online safety is essential in guiding them to make good decisions.

 

Students
 

Social networking sites offer a fascinating way to showcase self-expression and communicate around the world. You may see it as a semi-private platform to communicate outside the supervision of adults but risky online behavior can have its ramifications. Sharing personal or inappropriate information can affect future academic and employment opportunities.

Think before you post, what you share has the potential to be around forever. Saying something out loud can be forgotten, writing something on paper can be erased but posting something online even for just a second can permanently be saved by anyone.  It may seem like something harmless when you post it but think about who may see  it in the future.

Times have changed, when you apply to school or are looking for a job, potential recruiters or employers will search for you online to get a better idea of who you are. Your online presence is a direct  reflection of you

Helpful Websites
 


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