Tips for the responsible using of new technologies
Use email and the Internet safely. Ignore unsolicited emails, and be wary of attachments, links and forms in emails that come from people you don't know, or which seem "phishy." Avoid untrustworthy (often free) downloads from freeware or shareware sites.
Use secure connections. When connected to the Internet, your data can be vulnerable while in transit.
Make sure you are using phones appropriately. That means no rude or sexy texts, no embarrassing photos or videos. Monitoring messages sent and received is not a terrible idea .
Be careful about cyberbulling
Beware of TMI: the five things you should never share: Social networking means opening up and sharing information online with others, but there’s some information you should never share online. Social networking websites increasingly gives users more control their own privacy settings. Never provide your Social Security number, address, phone number, bank account or credit card numbers, or other personal information that could be used by criminals.