Kids, before you get started read these 3 statements out loud and initial them.
1. Nothing on the internet is private. ____
2. People online are not always who they say they are.____
3. People are not always truthful online.____
I __________________________ agree on this date ___/___/___ to:
Never give out our last name, address, phone number, or any personal information without parental consent.
This includes the name of my school, where I play sports, the names of my family members and anything else included below:
Additional "Never give out rules":____________________________________________________
Never give out my password to anyone other than my parents.
Always let my parents review existing and new screen names, email addresses, user logins and all passwords.
Get my parents' permission before I signup for anything on the Internet.
Never upload or download pictures without parental consent.
Never download games, music or videos without parental consent (Many viruses infect your computer this way)
When asked where we live, we all agree to say this online: ____________________
Examples: (can't give out this info, the moon, state, OZ, N/A.)
Never order anything online, even if it says "free", without parental consent.
(Remember, nothing is free, some places just want your e-mail address so they can bombard you with spam, i.e. garbage email)
Stop what I am doing and immediately get my parents or an adult, I trust, if someone asks to meet me in person.
(*This is a very serious matter and is NOT to be taken lightly.)
Stop communicating with someone if the conversation gets uncomfortable, or if crude or inappropriate language is used.
Never give out my age or any of my family or friends ages online.
Never use inappropriate language online.
Never click on a popup banner or sign. (always click on the X on the top right corner to close them)
Report a bully immediately to my parents and never bully someone else.
Never enter a site that states "you must be 18 to enter"
Limit my time on the Internet to: _________ a day, homework is excluded here.
The Adults Agree:
If my child comes and tells me that they saw something online that was inappropriate, I will discuss this openly with them.
If my child reports a violation, I will discuss the matter with them first before calling the contract broken.
If this contract is broken the consequences will be: