Essential Question: How can you protect your privacy when you're online?
Privacy - Protection from being observed or tracked by others, including the government, the public, or selected individuals or groups
Cookies - Small text files placed on your device by the sites you visit that collect information about your device and your activity
Privacy settings - Choices a website or app might give you about what information is visible to other users and third parties
Opt out - To choose to not participate in something
Terms of service - A legal document that an app or website must provide and that describes the rules the company and users must obey when they use the app or website
Essential Question: How should you respond to online hate speech?
Hate speech - A verbal attack targeting someone because of a group they belong to—e.g., their race, gender, religion, ability, sexual orientation, etc.
Cyberbullying - Using digital devices, sites, and apps to intimidate, harm, and upset someone
Essential Question: How should we react to breaking news?
Breaking news - Information being reported about an event that has just happened or is currently occurring
24/7 news cycle - 24-hour, seven-day-a-week investigating and reporting of news via television, radio, print, online, and mobile app devices
Bias - Showing a strong opinion or preference for or against something or someone