Astuteness, Balance, Respect & Responsibility, Embracing the Net & Inspiring Others
Balance, Gaming Excellence, Having many Facebook Friends, Astuteness
Gaming Excellence, Balance, Having many Email accounts
Being nice to newbies
Avoid making personal attacks and calling names
Not using caps in email and comments as it indicates shouting
All the above
Reply and defend your position with equally nasty replies
Tell an adult you know and trust about it
It is ok since they are my good friends.
It is NOT ok as you never know what might happen to your accounts later on.
Send a reply containing your password because you want to help them out.
Ignore the email.
Forward the email to your friends to warn them about the technical fault and get them to send their own passwords.
Delete it after quickly reading through.
Click on the link and check out the website.
Send them your personal information to claim your prize.
Join in to play so that you can be with them even though you are not really interested.
Join in to play but do so in moderation. Try to get them to also do other activities such as sports to have a more balanced lifestyle.
You do not need such friends.
Your health might suffer such as getting myopia and being unfit since you spend too much time indoors on the computer.
Your grades at school might suffer as you are constantly thinking about the games even when you are not playing!
You might find that you are not aware of what is going on with your friends as you have spent more time online than you do with them.
All of the above.
Tell them just a little bit about yourself.
Don’t ever give out any personal information about yourself or your family.
Tell them everything they want to know since they volunteered information about themselves first.
Agree to meet. After all, you know a lot about the person from your online chats.
Let your parents know about this. Even though you have chatted online, the person may not be what they say they are as he / she may have other intentions.