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Look Both Ways by Linda Criddle

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Assessing the Risks

People can send visual images such as photos and videos out into the world in a variety of ways. Images can be sent via e-mail or instant messaging, uploaded to blogs, and posted in online auctions, in classified ads, or on discussion boards. Sending images that identify you or your location isn’t the problem. Posting them publicly is. Putting images where anyone can view them can create risk if you have not been taught how to look at these images through a predator’s eyes, and become conscious about exactly what information you are sharing.

Think About It

According to Consumer Reports WebWatch, half of Internet users (47 percent) say that, while browsing, they have seen digital images that have been manipulated. Tens of thousands ...

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