Question 1 of 10
You are online and someone gives you their name. This must be the person's real name because nobody can fool a computer.
Sorry.... most of the time a name on a computer screen is not the person's real name. Give it another try.
You got it. Call yourself anything from Batman to Dustin - the computer won't know itís not your real name, so itís easy for an adult to pretend to be a child. People can pretend to be anything they want on the Internet so don't let them fool you - youíre smarter than the computer.
Question 2 of 10
It's OK to use bad language on the Internet as long as you're only writing to a friend.
Uh-uh. Bad language is never a good idea. Have another go.
Not a good idea. If you shouldn't or wouldn't use a word when talking face-to-face then don't use it online. You know you're joking but the person at the other end may not and could be offended. Also, are you sure it's your friend? Someone else may have the same screen name. Stay Safe - do not say anything offensive so you don't hurt anyone.
Question 3 of 10
The only time it's OK to use bad language on the Internet is when you're answering a message you've received which contains those kind of words.
Uh-uh. Uh-uh. Uh-uh. Bad language is never a good idea. (Now where have you heard that before?-) Do try again.
Online bad language is never a good idea but the worst time is in an argument. Stay Safe - if someone uses upsetting language to you, then you should never respond but show the message to an adult.
Question 4 of 10
Someone has sent you a message with words, pictures or something else that makes you uncomfortable. You should...
Reply with the worst words you know so the person who sent the message will get scared and stop.
Shut down the e-mail program, switch off the computer and don't tell anybody about it.
Leave the computer as it is and go tell a teacher what has happened.
All together now - bad language is never a good idea. (Or have we already mentioned that?-) Have another shot.
Very good try. It's definitely right not to send a reply but this way the person may upset someone else. Think again!
That's the one! You don't reply and you report it to an adult so that they can try to keep it from happening again. Good work!
Question 5 of 10
If someone asks for your name online it's safer not to give your real name.
Not only safer but it's more fun to use a nickname. If you really want to use your real name always check with a parent or teacher first.
People online hardly ever need to know your real name. Stay Safe - if someone asks for your real name, then you should never give it but show the message to a parent or teacher.
Question 6 of 10
When writing a message online it's a good idea to use BIG LETTERS TO MAKE IT EASIER FOR PEOPLE TO READ.
Seems sensible, but people use capital letters as a version of shouting online and you might offend others so DON'T DO IT;-)
Some rude people use CAPITAL LETTERS when they want to SHOUT online so you might offend others.
Question 7 of 10
You get an Internet message from someone who claims to be an old friend of your parents. She then says that she lost contact with them years ago and would like to get back in touch. She wants you to give your home address and 'phone number.
For a start, can you be sure that she's a "she"? Remember that people can pretend to be anyone on the Internet. Stay Safe - don't give private information to anyone online.
You can't know who is sending the message and you should never send personal details without a parent's permission.
Question 8 of 10
You have been swapping e-mails with a 10 year-old boy. You enjoy the same things and he wants to meet you, but he says it'll be more fun if it's a secret. Should you...
Ask your teacher or parents if you can go.
Go meet him without telling anyone.
Send a reply, saying you want to meet but must ask your parents first.
Well done! It sounds like fun but an adult can help you make sure it's safe.
Bad idea! This 10 year old may be a lot older and less fun than you think. An adult will be able to help you stay safe.
Very good try. It's right not to go without checking but even sending a reply could be dangerous - an adult should look at the message. Try again!
Question 9 of 10
A friend tells you about an Internet site with good games. When you get to it you're asked to fill in your name and address on a form. Your friend says it's OK because you're only filling in a form not giving your details to anyone
No, if someone asks you to fill in a form, someone is going to read the answers. Always ask a parent or teacher first.
Never put personal details anywhere on the Internet without checking with an adult.
Question 10 of 10
You have come to a place on the Internet where people exchange words and pictures which make you uncomfortable..
What should you do?
Click the "Back" button and pretend it didn't happen.
Click the "Back" button and tell a teacher or parent what happened.
Almost! The "Back" button is a great friend when something like this happens but you should also show an adult what happened.
Very good! An adult can check it out and help to keep others safe.
To collect your license you must go to the next page, click on your "print" button. When it comes out you can cut it out, fold it over and write in your name or just click on the "Back" button to bring you back here.
Ready? OK, click here!
Back again? Well you can either take the test again or just go surfing. Catch you in the 'net - Byeee