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New Video: Online Citizenship

Posted by: leelefever on December 4, 2012- 8:55am

Categories: Explanation, net safety, New Video, online citizenship, trolls, video

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Today we’re announcing a new video: Online Citizenship - Explained by Common Craft.   What it teaches:  Sometimes communicating via computers can feel anonymous and make people lose touch with the impact of what they say online. This video highlights the problems this causes and explains a basic idea: that our words matter, online and off. It teaches: • Why citizenship matters in the real world • How one person can behave differently online and off • What happens when someone forgets that real... Continue Reading
Today we're publishing a new video called Computer Viruses and Threats - Explained by Common Craft   This video is part of a series on Net Safety and focuses on the basics of viruses, worms and trojans. It also includes information on the role of anti-virus software, software updates and awareness in preventing problems.  This video, along with our complete library, will be available through our new offering which will be available this summer.  If you're interested, you can sign up to be... Continue Reading

Video: Secure Websites in Plain English

Posted by: leelefever on February 8, 2010- 4:00pm

Categories: Common Craft Video, net safety, plainenglish, security, video

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We've published a new video called "Secure Websites in Plain English" Security is obviously an important part of using the Web. Thankfully, through cooperation between a number of organizations, standards have been developed to communicate when a site is secure.  Unfortunately these clues are not always known to everyday Web users.  This video covers the basics of web site security - the common threats, the basics of encryption and how to tell when a site is secure. The video also covers a... Continue Reading