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    Safer Internet Day - 8th Feb 2011

    The theme this year is: It's more than a game, it's your life

    Resources, information, etc: Safer Internet Day - Insafe

    I'm about to plan my internet safety week, so I thought I'd start a thread for us to share ideas... Assembly for KS1 & 2 anyone?

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    To act as a big deterrent, we asked parents if we could put NBC's Dateline - To Catch a Predator on. Overwhelming support from parents, but they wanted to see which episode so we invited them in to watch, and they thought it was a great idea.

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    To act as a big deterrent, we asked parents if we could put NBC's Dateline - To Catch a Predator on. Overwhelming support from parents, but they wanted to see which episode so we invited them in to watch, and they thought it was a great idea.
    Which videos did parents find most "popular/hard hitting"?

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    To Catch A Predator wouldn't be my first choice for educating parents (or anyone else for that matter).

    And then it's over. Justice prevails - provided you overlook the several billion troubling aspects to the show. The overpowering whiff of entrapment, for one thing. The collusion between reporters, vigilante groups and police for another.
    Charlie Brooker on To Catch A Predator | Culture | The Guardian
    YouTube - Charlie Brooker on US TV (the TCAP bit is about half way through)

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    Internet Privacy starts with education. Perhaps this would be a great discussion channeling Social Media channels?

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    Heard about this on the radio today (ChildDefence) a software or phone App that can detect whether it is a child or adult that you are conversing with via MSN, facebook etc.

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    Resources/Assemblies from Childnet

    Primary: Childnet International Primary SID

    Secondary: Childnet International Secondary SID

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    It's today and I'm exhausted. I've finally sat down and claimed my first cup of copy since I left home at 7.20am. I even missed out at morning break as I had to swap out a troublesome projector.

    All the main school from Year 6 to Reception have now been 'done'... follow ups definitely needed from Years 4 to 6.

    Ask the kids if they have people they know online and they all deny it. Ask them about their buddies in Club Penguin and they have loads... Point out that the Penguins aren't real, they're people... Do you know the people behind all your Penguin Buddies?... Of course they don't * sigh *

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    Our Internet has gone down so we are particularly safe today!!!

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    You are so good and on the ball - I haven't heard anything from either school except for a mention about issues with sexting from my boss. I chimed in with my experiences of yesterday and..that's it!
    Even in the school where the guy kept trying to befriend little girls - nothing much has been said or done for safer internet day!
    On a slightly better note, your lovely document about privacy settings on facebook is going out to all parents - so that's something. Thanks very much for that.

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    I don't envy you trying to do this all yourself. Luckily our staff are on board and class teachers are delivering e-safety lessons themselves this week. The only bit I'm doing personally is a presentation to parents this evening.
    Last edited by AngryTechnician; 8th February 2011 at 12:59 PM.

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    As a CEOP Ambassador, I feel it's my duty to do this. I feel so strongly about internet safety issues (You kight have noticed! ) and how people expose themselves to problems, that I just want to help people get it right. I'm more than happy to work with the kids, I think a change of face does them good anyway... it's just knackering! It's not like I'm doing it constantly.

    Our teachers do re-inforce e-Safety messages in lessons (hopefully, it's not just when I happen to be in there to hear it!) My work with the classes is just part of the week, the teachers are doing their own stuff too.

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    We should have persuaded sysman to do an edugeek SID logo!
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    Going back on this regarding to catch a predator...

    Did a bit of research on it...There is no entrapment as the predators do the following.

    Initiate the conversation
    Initiate the conversation regarding sex
    Initiate the conversation regarding meeting the decoy for sex

    The decoy just responds to the conversation

    Looking at some of the chat logs, some physically made me want to be sick!! Perverted-Justice.com - The largest and best anti-predator organization online

    Various US Police Forces have deputised the members of Perverted Justice and helped Dateline NBC and Perverted Justice perform these operations.

    MET Police and Thames Valley Police also run their own scheme similar to this.



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