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Internet Safety Tips - The New Jersey State Police High Technology Crimes & Investigative Support Unit recommends the following internet safety tips. NJSP Badge
Children (10 & Younger)   |  Teenagers   |  Parents & Guardians


Internet Guidelines for Children (10 years old and younger)

  • Never give your name, address or phone number to anyone on the internet.
  • Do not go into chat rooms without your parent's help.
  • If you get a message that makes you feel uncomfortable, don't respond to it, and be sure to tell your parents.
  • Don't join a mailing list without your parent's permission.
  • Don't open e-mail from anyone you don't know. It might be a virus which could damage your computer.
  • Don't believe everything people on the internet tell you. Since you can't see the other person, you don't know who they really are.
  • Never agree to buy or trade anything on the internet without your parent's permission.
  • Never agree to meet anyone you met on the internet, and never send pictures of yourself over the internet.
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