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Published on January 1, 2008

Author: FunSchool

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Slide1:  Protect Yourself and your Kids THE INTERNET online Det. Dan Maixner:  Det. Dan Maixner St. Charles County Sheriff’s Department Regional Computer Crime Education and Enforcement Group Missouri ICAC Computer Forensic Examiner Slide4:  RISKS ONLINE THE INTERNET Slide5:  Exposure to Inappropriate Material Sexual Solicitation Harassment and Bullying Theft of Personal Information Slide6:  Status & Ease of Contact Harassment Use at Parties Blog Postings X-Box Live Runescape NCMEC Statistics on Internet Sexual Solicitation:  NCMEC Statistics on Internet Sexual Solicitation Slide8:  70% at home 22% at someone else's home 4% at school 3% at library 65% in chatrooms 24% in Instant Messages David Finkelhor, Kimberly J. Mitchell, and Janis Wolak. Online Victimization: A Report on the Nation's Youth. Alexandria, Virginia: National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, 2000, page 8. Slide11:  CHARACTERISTICS OF AN ONLINE Predator THE INTERNET Slide12:  Married with children Successful career-upper management College graduate Usually 35 or older The Internet predator The “Normal” Neighbor Slide13:  Predator Logic Slide14:  CHARACTERISTICS OF AN ONLINE VICTIM THE INTERNET Slide15:  Naturally curious Easily tricked Need for attention and affection Naïve & invincible Slide16:  www.MySpace.com www.Xanga.com www.BlackPlanet.com www.Facebook.com Teen Blogs SNL is still funny:  SNL is still funny Main Features of Blogs:  Main Features of Blogs Blog Postings: Text Photos Movie Files Voice messages (posted as MP3 files) Personal Journals Links Polls and Surveys Ability to Link with other blog accounts/users Group memberships Slide20:  Blogs are NOT ONLY VIEWED BY TEEN’s FRIENDS They are being viewed by: Colleges and Universities Online Predators Employers Parents If it’s on the Internet – it isn’t private Teen Blogs Teachers and Principals Headlines:  Headlines “Personal blogs could cost jobs” “Employers use "Facebook" and "MySpace" to weed out applicants” “About-Face WE SAY: Opening Facebook to the public is not the end of the world” Slide22:  AIM screen name DOB & City/State First & Last Name Slide23:  Cell Phone Number Will her house be empty? Slide24:  Entering the child’s LAST NAME and CITY/STATE into an online search directory provided her FULL ADDRESS. Slide26:  Multiple Myspace.com Accounts Child provided her Name, School, Email and AIM Account Current Case:  Current Case Party at Myspace Slide28:  Let’s look at someone’s myspace profile – He calls himself, “Danny” http://www.myspace.com/***********  Teen Blogs Slide29:  “ I like poetry, plants, flowers and the perfect night would be cuddling by the fireplace watching a movie.” Slide30:  Danny is “looking for a girlfriend”! Let’s look at another site…. The Arizona Sex Offender Registry www.azsexoffender.org :  Let’s look at another site…. The Arizona Sex Offender Registry www.azsexoffender.org Teen Blogs Slide32:  Hey! There’s Danny. Surprise! His myspace page never mentioned he is a level 3, high-risk sex offender. Other Dangers:  Other Dangers Credit Card Fraud:  Credit Card Fraud Phishing:  Phishing Scams:  Scams Slide37:  ONLINE SAFETY TIPS THE INTERNET Slide38:  What sites can your child visit? Who can they talk to? How long will they be online? Where can they use a computer? Keep house rules posted near the computer Slide40:  Communicate with your children Ask your kids to show you places they go Learn chatroom lingo by going to www.cybertipline.com for a list of acronyms like POS = Parent Over Shoulder Know what other access your child may have including text messaging Slide41:  Don’t tell others your: Name Age Address Phone Number School Parent’s Name Slide42:  Report incidents of child sexual exploitation to the CyberTipline by calling 1-800-843-5678 or at www.cybertipline.com Slide43:  Thank You! Det. Dan Maixner:  Det. Dan Maixner MISSOURI ICAC St. Charles County Sheriff’s Department Regional Computer Crime Task Force dmaixner@sccmo.org

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