P3 – Permanence

 


Because copying is so easy, there’s almost never just one copy of something on the Internet.  Anytime someone views something online, a copy is stored on their computer/phone.  As soon as Google indexes something, it’s in the index.  You can’t get it removed.  Assume that everything you put on the Internet is permanent!


video courtesy of sjmtnews

video courtesy of Ohio Commission on DRCM

Discussion Questions

  • Should you get permission from others if you want to post their pictures?
  • How do you go about removing something from the internet?
  • Does it make a difference whether you post text, images, audio track, or video?


Permanence

Permanence

 


P4 – Passwords

 

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