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Does your parents or teacher tells you to be safe on the internet? Did anybody hack you’re account or post your personal information online? Have you ever got a virus from certain websites or ads? Well, if you want to protect you and your computer, you should learn some tips about internet safety.
What is internet safety? Internet safety is something you should have all the time whenever you are on the internet. It helps you and your friends and family to be safe. It also helps them not to get their accounts hacked, virus on your computer, or meeting a stranger on the internet. If any of these happen, it is best to let your parents to what happened to you or your computer. They will know what is best for you.
In order to stay safe on the internet, you follow these few rules. You shouldn’t use public or shared computers for important things like banking or finances because they could get hacked. You should never give out passwords because people might hack them. You also shouldn’t give out personal information about you in the internet. Never download anything without your parent’s permission. When a pop up comes up telling you won a free gift, close the pop up immediately because they are fake and they want to learn more information about you. If you chat with people online, always ask your parents before chatting with that person.
Why is it important to stay safe on the internet, you ask? Internet Safety is not just to kids but to everyone too. There are dangerous things on the internet, Scientist found research that researching on a book is safer than online. You could research online but be on the lookout for suspicious things. Anyone can post that information and change it. In Wikipedia, at the end of each source you can edit it. Whoever edits the information, may inform the future readers right or wrong information.
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