lunedì 9 febbraio 2015

Safer Internet Day 2015 Quiz

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Q1. Your friend is a keen photographer, and loves sharing photos online. One of his pictures is public though and shows his road name and house number. You’re not sure it should be online. What do you do?


Nothing, it's his decision and up to him what he shares
50
21%
Report the photo to the website, without telling your friend, to see if they will remove it
18
8%
Call your friend and suggest that he takes the photo down, it's best not to share any photos on the internet
76
32%
Talk to your friend about personal information and help him set his privacy settings
96
40%

Q2. You notice a profile for your friend on a social networking site. You know that she doesn’t use that service, so it must be a fake account. How do you proceed?



Tell your friend about the account, and ask an adult to help you report it to the site as being fake
100
42%
Tell your friend about the profile and help her to decide who to talk to about it.
73
30%
Tell your friend that the profile exists and let her deal with the situation.
45
19%
Become friends with the account to try and find out who has created it.
22
9%

Q3. Your friend has commented on a video online, making a joke, but has upset some people by doing so. How can you help to make things right?

Report your friend directly to the website. At least if the comment is gone,no one will see it anymore.
29
12%
Make another bad joke on the thread, it might lighten the mood!
26
11%
Talk to your friend and help them see that they have upset people. Helpyour friend to remove the comment themselves and apologise to the others
144
60%
Get involved in the conversation and hope that no one argues with you too. Say that your friend did not mean to upset anyone
41
17%

Q4. Your friend has told you about a great website to use for your homework. You have a look and aren’t too sure that it’s reliable. What do you do?

Advise your friend not to use the internet for homework. What’s wrong with using the library?
37
15%
Use several websites to check that information is reliable each time yousearch online. Remind her to check anything that she is unsure about with an adult too
113
47%
Nothing at all. Let her make her own mistakes!
41
17%
Tell your friend that she needs to look at two websites each time she searches for information.
49
20%

Q5. You receive a friend request from someone that you’ve heard of, but haven’t met before. They’re a friend of a friend. Do you accept the request?

Of course, you’re fairly sure that your friend wouldn’t be friends with them if they were a stranger.
35
15%
Accept the request and then ask them a few questions to decide if you like them, and want to remain friends
45
19%
Ask your friend who they are and if they’re nice. If your friend says they’reok, then go ahead and accept the request.
66
28%
Do not accept the request. Even if your friend has met them, that doesn’t mean that you can trust them with your personal information online.
94
39%

Q6. You and your friend have shared your passwords with each other. You notice that your friend isn’t doing very well in your multiplayer game and you want to help them improve. How do you do this?

Talk to your friend about personal information, and sharing. Create new passwords and share tips with each other about the game instead
128
53%
Reassure your friend that they’re doing OK and let them play the game asyour character, to help them feel better about themselves
57
24%
Secretly ask the other players in your game to play badly so that your friend feels better
28
12%
Log in as your friend and make their score ten times worse. They’ll find that so funny!
27
11%

Q7. You receive an email from someone you know, with a picture attached. The photo is of a pupil in your year group doing something embarrassing, and you're sure they don't know it's being sent around to so many people. What should you do? (Select the best answer)

Delete the email. Your parents share your email password and you'd rather they didn't see the photo.
118
49%
Upload the photo online so that your friends can see it too!
46
19%
Tell an adult you trust. You know the person in the picture will find this upsetting, and someone needs to be the first person to help
2
1%
Let the person know that the photo is being sent around. You don’t want any further involvement as it’s made you feel uncomfortable
74
31%

Q8. Your friend has downloaded it for free. What do you do?

Tell your parents that you’ve found it for free. If they’re happy with that then go ahead and download it.
44
18%
Celebrate! Download the free one instead, why pay money when you don’t need to?
66
28%
Let your friend know that downloading songs for free, that are available to buy, is usually against the law. They can also carry computer viruses
85
35%
You’ve heard that free downloads often have annoying adverts too, so you buy the £0.99 version so there wont be any.
45
19%

Q9. Your friend has been chatting online to someone for a few weeks now and can’t believe that they have so much in common. They’re thinking of meeting up and are deciding on where to go. What do you tell your friend?

Tell them they need to bring a friend with them and can’t go alone.
104
43%
Get them to tell an adult they trust immediately and suggest that they report the online ‘friend’ to the police. Do not speak to that person again online.
2
1%
You’re far too busy at the weekends with your own activities, so you don’t have time to get involved.
41
17%
Tell them to meet in a public place so that they can be seen by others.
93
39%

Q10. How can you be a good friend to others on the internet?

Post embarrassing pictures of them to make them laugh… You’ll have such funny memories!
24
10%
Remember their birthdays and send them a free ecard each year
28
12%
Show them how to do their homework quickly, by copying information  straight from the internet.
28
12%
Respect your friends and peers online and think about other people’s  feelings.
146
61%
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