The names of my favorite books and movies.
My real name, address, telephone number, the school I attend, or my photograph.
The name of my pet.
How the company collecting your information will protect it
Why the company needs it
With whom it might be shared
All of the above
Say something mean back?
Ask to apologize?
Don't respond. Tell an adult if it bothers me?
Keep the secret because they are my "cyberfriend"
Tell all of my friends, because it's hard for me to keep a secret
Tell my parents, because no one should ever ask me to keep secrets from my parents
Never reply to these messages and tell my parents.
Keep it a secret
Reply to the message and ask the sender to stop sending me messages
Go by your parents' rules.
Do whatever your friend does
Talk about things you have in common
Invite them over your house to hang out
Give them your phone number and e-mail address so that they can call or email you
Let them send you computer files
First name, age, city you live, hobbies
First name, last name, phone number, e-mail address.
First name, home address, name of your school.
The rubber band powering your computer broke.
Someone has been typing on your keyboard when you're not looking.
Your warranty is up.
You've got spyware
Do a little research to decide whether it's safe to download the game.
Download it now, and decide later whether to use it or give it to a friend.
Go ahead and download it - you can always uninstall it later if there's a problem.
Click the link in the e-mail to check the company's website before providing the information. If the site looks legit, it's OK to share info.
E-mail your information to the company right away.
Delete the e-mail and call the company's customer service line using the phone number on your billing statement.
Reply to the e-mail and ask for details before you give away your valuable personal information.
My friend and someone I can trust.
The person he or she claims to be.
Someone I should be careful about, because I don't know him or her well.