Videos for Teaching Internet Safety

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For a limited time, this pack of 8 Internet Safety videos is available with a special FOREVER License - no membership or recurring fees. The videos are yours forever.

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  • 8 Video Files (.MP4)
  • 8 Video Files with English Captions (.MP4)
  • 8 Lesson Plans (.PDF) for Teaching

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Videos in this Pack

Digital Footprint

When using apps and websites, our actions are being tracked and saved by organizations. This means we leave digital footprints wherever we go. Part of being a digital citizen is understanding why our digital footprints matter.
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Computer Viruses and Threats

This video explains the how computer viruses, worms and trojans work and what you can do to protect yourself.
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Account Security

To be secure on the Web today, we have to think about more than just having strong passwords. Our sensitive information lives in online accounts that we must protect. This video explains how.
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Secure Websites

This video focuses on what makes websites secure and how to recognize a secure one based on signals in the web browser.
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Secure Passwords

This video is about understanding the risks of weak passwords, creating a password that can't be guessed and protecting it from criminals and wandering eyes.
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Identity Theft

Criminals have learned how to steal and use your identity for their own gain. By pretending to be you, they can fool banks and other organizations into handing over your money. This video explains identity theft and how to avoid it.
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Privacy Online

Using the web today can mean giving up a little privacy. The popular websites we use often collect information about nearly everything we do online. By understanding privacy online, we can be aware of how our information is being used and take steps to protect it.
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