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  • Protect your privacy on the Internet . This does not mean you have to give false information about yourself . Use your first name or nickname , not your full name .
  • There could be some malicious people on the Internet who PRESENT THEMSELVES FALSLY. Keep away from them!
  • NEVER EVER disclose your password of email accounts , profiles on social networking sites and chat sites .
  • Use " strong " passwords that cannot be easily " broken" ( a combination of uppercase and lowercase characters and numbers )
  • Keep in mind that everything you write and publish on the Internet becomes public and accessible to a large number of people and you can no longer control how others use your data.


  • Always install antivirus protection program on your computer and make sure it is always updated. If you don`t know how to do it, ask an adult to help you.
  • Never surf the Internet if your computer is not protected by antivirus software.
  • Never click on pop-ups . The safest is to close it by clicking the X in the upper right corner.You never know what the program will do, even if you click on the "No".
  • Never download from the Internet without your parents` consent. Some sites contain viruses that may damage your computer.
  • Always scan documents attached to e-mails with antivirus program before you open them.
  • Do not open e-mails that you receive from people you don't know. Delete them!
  • If you suspect that your computer is infected with a virus, tell this to your parents.




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