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on 11 17th, 2008 | no responses
- Don’t share your gaming passwords with anyone but your parent or guardian.
- Show your parents the games you play online and talk about the safety controls of those games.
- Only play games that are appropriate for your age level. Check out the rating system before you buy a game.
- Only use the Internet when your parents tell you it’s OK, and only for as long as you are allowed.
- Don’t give out personal information like your address, telephone number or school name to anyone unless you have permission from your parents.
- Never meet with a person you’ve only met in an online game unless your parents go with you and make the arrangements.
- Don’t break copyright rules by taking words, pictures or sound from gaming websites without their permission.
- Don’t respond to any chat or e-mail messages your get if they are strange, mean or upsetting to you, and tell your parents or a trusted adult right away.
- Don’t send pictures of yourself or your family to anyone unless you have permission from your parents.
- Stop right away if you see or read something on a gaming site that upsets you and tell your parents or a trusted adult about it.
- While gaming, don’t use webcams or wireless headsets without your parent’s permission.
- If you use a wireless headset and someone says something that makes you feel uncomfortable or is threatening, do not respond and tell a parent or trusted adult immediately.
- Don’t download any games or files without your parent’s permission.
- Be sure that you only play games from trusted sites.
- Remember that your family gaming rules apply wherever you play on the Internet.