Tag: Safety

Special Feature: Internet Safety | NCJRS

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Malicious cyber actors across the world target U.S. citizens, businesses, and military and government entities every day. These cyber criminals cause billions of dollars in losses, making cybercrime a growing threat for law enforcement.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) received more than 350,000 complaints with losses exceeding $2.7 billion in 2018. The total number of complaints and estimated losses were the highest the center had received over the previous four years. For comparison, in 2017, the center received 301,580 complaints, totaling $1.4 billion in losses.

Faced with the growing threat of cyber crime, it is crucial for state and local police agencies to invest in cyber programs. From the standpoint of a criminal, cybercrime is relatively low-risk and has the potential for enormous rewards. Until police agencies become adept at preventing and investigating cybercrime, there may not be significant deterrents to

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Children Internet Safety

          Nearly all American children now have access to the Internet. Internet technology affords children access to vast amounts of valuable information and endless sources of entertainment. However, it also exposes children to certain dangers. For example, children may come into contact with demeaning, racist, sexist, violent, hateful or false information. They may also view pornographic web sites, SPAM (unsolicited emails) containing obscene material, file swapping programs with inappropriate and sometimes mislabeled content, and other types of material potentially inappropriate for a child. Most worrisome, children may encounter actual predators that use the Internet to identify and lure victims through chat rooms, instant messaging facilities, and social networking sites.

          As a result, some parents may understandably feel the urge to eliminate these risks by prohibiting their children from using the Internet. However, this decision would deprive them of access to an amazing resource for legitimate information and communication. Furthermore, parents might

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This detection powder is simply
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which, when touched is immediately transferred to the
hand, clothing, etc. It is excellent for large and
small objects. Will remain on hands up

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Online Safety | USAGov

Internet Fraud

Scam artists defraud millions of people each year by using internet services or software. These scams trick victims into sending money or giving out personal information. That’s why it’s important to protect yourself and to report internet fraud if you have been victimized.

Types of Internet Fraud

Understand how these  common types of internet fraud work.

  • Data breaches occur when sensitive data (personal or financial information) is leaked from a secure location. Afterwards, it can be used in an untrusted environment at a corporate or personal level.

  • Malware is dangerous software that is designed to disable computers and computer systems.

  • Phishing or spoofing uses fake emails, text messages, or copycat websites to steal your personal information. It may steal credit card and bank account numbers, debit card PINs, and account passwords.

  • Internet auction fraud involves the misrepresentation of products on an internet auction site. Or, it can occur

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Teen Internet Safety Tips

Every web site has this thing called a “privacy policy.” It will tell you
how that web site uses all the personal information about you, like your name.
In some cases, though, when you’re not looking, some web sites ignore their
privacy policy and sell your email address to other companies. When you open
your email one day, you might have 150 spam emails in your inbox as a result.
If a web site is asking for too much information about you, take control and
leave the site. (Again, would you give this information to some older stranger
at the mall? Probably not.)


What about Nude Photos and Sex Sites?

You’ve probably come across some explicit sexual material on the Internet.
That’s because pornography is big business on the web. If you come across a
pornography site or get pornographic email, take control: Leave the site

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