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5 Matching questions

  1. Androgynous Nicknames
  2. Social Security Number
  3. Cyber Bullying
  4. www.cybertipline.org
  5. Spyware
  1. a Bullying that takes place by email, instant messaging, text messages o.r web sites
  2. b "Gender neutral" names that can be used instead of real names to increase your privacy online. For example, "Pat" can be both a girl's name or a boy's name; it is "gender neutral".
  3. c Provides nearly unlimited access to predators and hackers who can then steal your financial, medical, and other personal information.
  4. d A confidential website where you can report inappropriate behavior or concerns.
  5. e Program placed on a computer without the user's knowledge that secretly collects information about the user.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Malicious software designed to infiltrate or damage a computer system without the user's informed consent.
  2. The act of posting or sending offensive messages over the Internet; "telling someone off" using text, chat, or social networking postings.
  3. Information gathered by "googling" someone, or something. Once online . . . ALWAYS online!
  4. A software program capable of reproducing itself and usually capable of causing great harm to files or other programs on the same computer.
  5. Originating from the name of Hormel's canned meat, "spam" now also refers to junk e-mail or irrelevant postings to a newsgroup or bulletin board.

5 True/False questions

  1. Privacy SettingsA technique often used to gain personal information for the purpose of identity theft, usually by means of fraudulent e-mail and/or social networking "questionaires".

          

  2. ScoutsBusiness and college employees who frequently look at social networking sites (like Facebook) to assess the typical "behaviors" of their applicants.

          

  3. Second LifeAn online, "virtual world"; an overly simplified example would be "FarmVille" on Facebook.

          

  4. ShoutingBusiness and college employees who frequently look at social networking sites (like Facebook) to assess the typical "behaviors" of their applicants.

          

  5. PredatorAn imaginary character/object that takes the place of an actual photo/image; a sprite is used to increase your privacy online.