Teaching our students to protect their personal data by limiting what they share online and by using secure passwords will help them develop strong digital literacy skills.
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When we talk about “Internet Safety”, that generally means: Keeping your private information private – personal information, including passwords, your home address, inappropriate images, and gossip Keeping a simple online profile that doesn’t reveal too much about you and what you do, including your daily schedule. Keeping a good reputation online – because everything you …
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Why is this guy holding a dictionary and what the heck is the password “SWITCHAROO“? This short video teaches one simple way to know if you have a weak password and, more importantly, what to do about it. Introducing one of the oldest password tricks in the book, the “SWITCHAROO”: Some password “switcharoos” to consider …
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