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4) How to spot fake news
Or because they make money from people going to their site.
Fake news can look real, but there are ways to help you spot
They might do it because they want to scare you or make you do something.
Check the source
Look for evidence
Some websites will report fake news or things that aren’t completely true.
And it can be hard to tell what’s real and what’s fake.
The news you see online or on social media isn’t always going to be accurate.
Don’t decide straight away
Ask someone you trust
2) Tips to stay safe online
Watch out for phishing and scams
Someone might also try to trick you by saying that they’re from a talent agency.
Never click links from emails or messages that ask you to log in or share your details.
Phishing is when someone tries to trick you into giving them information
Think about who you’re talking to
There are lots of ways that people try to trick you into trusting them online.
Never share personal information
Don’t share personal details
Check what people can see in your privacy settings.
R people can use small clues like a school logo in a photo to find out your personal information
Keep personal information private
Keep your device secure
Make sure that you’re keeping your information and device secure.
Think before you post
Don’t share personal details from what you uploaded
Don’t upload or share anything you wouldn’t want anyone seeing.
Never give out your password
You should never give out your password or log-in information.
There are lots of things you can do to keep yourself safe online.
Cover your webcam
picking strong, easy to remember passwords.
3) Keeping your information secure
set up 2 factor authentication
Add another security
Avoid Phishing Emails
Keep apps and device safe and up to date
Be Wise About Wi-Fi
use strong password
long and difficult especially on credit cards.
don't use personal detail
Be creative: think of a special phrase and use the first letter of each word as your password
Log out you're using public or shared devices
always log out
don't save password
Don’t use an automatic login feature that saves your user name and password
Be careful with websites you're using
make sure "http" stay at the start of the address
Keep a close hold on your Social Security number and ask questions before deciding to share it
Don’t Overshare on Social Networking Sites
1) What are the risks?
Talk to someone you trust
like an adult, or you can always talk to a Childline counselor
Report bullying and abuse
directly to the website or app
Delete things you’ve shared
that you’re worried about,or find ways to hide them
Tell the police
by making a report to CEOP if someone is threatening or blackmailing you
Plan for the future
and change your privacy settings so it doesn’t happen again