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BATTLE OF THE BOOKS!
Just Right Book
Mission and Standards
Library / Media Center
Banned Book Week September 24th-October 6th
2012-2013 School Year!
Summer Reading Program
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Use Common Sense!
What can you do about privacy?
Read the privacy policies of the sites you visit.
Talk with a trusted adult about ways that you can protect your privacy.
Look at the privacy options and choose the ones that are best for you.
For example, let's take a look at Facebook's privacy policies:
Facebook is designed to make it easy for you to share your information with anyone you want. You decide how much information you feel comfortable sharing on Facebook and you control how it is distributed through your
. You should review the default
and change them if necessary to reflect your preferences. You should also consider your settings whenever you share information.
Facebook is not just a website. It is also a service for sharing your information on Facebook-enhanced applications and websites. You can control how you share information with those third-party applications and websites through your
and you can learn more about how information is shared with them on our
page. You can also limit how your friends share your information with applications through your
Facebook is a free service supported primarily by advertising. We will not share your information with advertisers without your consent.
We allow advertisers to select characteristics of users they want to show their advertisements to and we use the information users share with us to serve those advertisements
-Facebook gives select information to advertisers to sell you things you might enjoy
-Facebook gives you the option to have your information saved, but you have to ask for it on your own. It doesn't come set up like that
-Facebook will store "cookies" of your information; photos you uploaded, messages you sent
-Facebook even states, "Even after you remove information from your profile or delete your account,copies of that information may remain viewable elsewhere to the extent it has been shared with others"
-If your status is set to "everyone" to view, it can be viewed by EVERYONE on the internet, regardless if they have a facebook or not
In Conclusion: This is just one example; every website you look has it's own privacy policies. It is great to use the internet, but you must use common sense when you use online resources.
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Last Modified: Tuesday, Oct. 02, 2012
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