Digital Education for kids: Take responsibility of your online reputation

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“Exposed” is a very well crafted 10-minute video, launched just this past February 8th, 2011, that shows the wickedly fast way one’s life can get turned upside down by one unwise action. Out of a seemingly innocent act of sharing a photo with one’s most intimate friend, can come a nightmarish experience that will entail bullying and personal pain. The message is strong: take responsibility yourself for your own image. And it proposes help (in England) via Click CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection), a kind of internet police force. Told as a story, this is a perfect video to be shown to your teenagers. This film is by Thinkuknow. If the embedded version isn’t stable, click on the link here to view “Exposed” on YouTube.


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