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Back to school means back online: CLINCH VALLEY TIMES St. Paul, Va. Thursday, September 7, 2017 Page 7 How to teach children to stay safe on the Internet Going back to school is an exciting time of the year, but it also means children will Cafes, shops, and even school cafeteria might have unsecured Wi-Fi networks. Explain i be using the Internet on a regular basis at school and at home to do school assignments, to your kids to be especially cautious when connecting to these networks - as they can Children's' lack of basic knowledge about online privacy and security can very easi- easily be monitored. One of the best ways to safely use public Wi-Fi is by installing a. ly lead to identity theft, downloads of malicious files and so on. Another danger is cyber VPN. You can pre-install a VPN on a mobile device and teach kids to turn it on when- thieves, who see easy targets in children. Criminals, for example, can combine a child's ever using public Wi-Fi. Social Security Number with a fake date of birth and address to open bank accounts, get 8. Use a VPN. For ultimate protection install a VPN service on the device they use to credit cards or loans, encrypt their online communication data. VPN, or Virtual Private Network, creates, a Please take a look at some tips & tricks parents can implement at home to teach chil- connection tunnel that automatically encrypts all the data coming in and out of .your dren about Internet privacy and safety, device and effectively protects anyone using the Internet. NordVPN is one of the safest 1. Lay out some ground rules. Whether your child is a teenager or a kid in elementary and most user-friendly VPNs on the market. All you have to do is press the ON button - school, you need to give them a few basic guidelines. For example, you can start by and you are connected. NordVPN works on up to 6 devices, and now also has Mac and telling that anything shared once on the Internet stays there forever and that nothing is Android apps. 100% private. 9. Warn them of game scams. Agree to install games together with your kids, 2. Tell them to check with you. First, tell your child what "personal informatioh" Research to see if the game and the provider are reputable. Make sure you download the. means. Draw up a list for them and tell them clearly that they should always consult with games only from a reputable source after reading some reviews. Too often fake games you before sharing those details with any website or person on the Intemet. are uploaded online, which are made to pop with color on websites, prompting kids to 3. Password protection and usage. These days, children start creating their own email install them for free, when in fact it's malware that could infect your device. accounts at a young age. Although email websites alert users to choose strong passwords, 10. Communication with strangers. The Internet is as social as ever. New chat rooms,i advise your child on what kind of passwords to choose. Tell them that the password forums uniting different interest groups are popping up every day. As kids are eager to could be a mix of characters and special symbols and ask them never to share their pass- discuss their interests with peers, it is important to speak to them about sharing one's pri- words with anyone, perhaps even with you. Diceware is an easy-to-use password vate information. Under no circumstances should they share any pictures, addresses, etc.. methodology, where you roll a six-sided die five times and use the results to pick five 11. Email deals are fake! All that sparkles is not gold. If your kids receive an email random words from the list. about a great offer like a free cell phone or concert tickets - it's a trick designed to get 4. Curb social media usage. Children spend a lot of time on social media, so it's one to give up personal information. Again, advise your kids to always show you such important to let them know what is OK to share and what isn't. Have a talk with your emails and never respond to them. child and discuss the things they should not share on social media, for everything stays Kids these days are more tech-savvy than most of their parents when they were that forever on the Intemet. If you want to take an extra step in securing your child's online age - but at the same time, they will be exposed to online identity thefts, hackings and privacy, create fake social media names a and fake school/city name for them. snooping if they are not taught basic Intemet safety rules from an early age. 5. IM and texting. Sending messages on IM clients like Messenger or WhatsApp is For more information, please visit www.nordvpn.com. something every teenager does, but they don't always know that their chats are not 100% ABOUT NORDVPN private. Therefore, you should advise them never to share personal data, banking details NordVPN is the world's most advanced VPN service provider that is more security or other sensitive information like passwords via messages, oriented than most VPN services. It offers double VPN encryption, anti-DDoS & Onion 6. Share news of personal hacks with them. If your child is big enough to understand Over VPN. The product is very user- friendly, offers one of the best prices on the mar- this, share the latest news about identity thefts or personal hacks with them to make them ket, has over 1,000 servers worldwide and supports P2P. One of the key features of aware of the dangers they face while using the Intemet. NordVPN is zero log policy, nordvpn.com 7. Explain the dangers of free public Wi-Fi. Kids love free Wi-Fi - who doesn't? MORE fumbled and the Tigers ran finish drives. You've got to them, they did about every- win, commented coach think that's what you need out the clock for the win. finish drives when you get thing we asked them to do. Hubbard, I thought to build on." SPORTS "We had our chances, in deep and for whateverThe biggest thing is that we Castlewood fought to theScoring CHS- 0 8 0 0 said Castlewood head reason we didn't finish the just have to finish drives," end and I'm proud of our242 total yards on 52 plays Continued from Page 6 coach Darrell Taylor, wedrives. I think our defense said Taylor. guys. It wasn't pretty but it HHS- 7 7 0 0 236 total just had miscues and didn't played well, hats off to"We needed an ugly was a win and sometimes I yards on 61 plays We are pledged to rent credit to make in person to the the letter and spirit r e p a i r s . Russell County of Virginia's and Agent/Owner 800- School Board HUD's equal 811-5804 Office and must be opportunity hous- 8-31-2tpd received by 2:00 ing policies. Virginia's fair p.m. on Friday, housing law makes Mobile Homes September 15, it illegal to adver- for Rent 2017. Any bids tise any preference, received after the limitation or dis- stated time will not FOR RENT: crimination based be considered. The on race, color, reli- mobile homes. 3BR Russell County glen, national ori- 2BA located in St.School Board gin, sex, elderly-Paul, VA Referencereserves the right to ness, familial status and deposit reject any or all or handicap. This required. No pets. bids. The School newspaper will notCall 276-762-7159. Board does not dis- knowingly accept 6-15-tfncg advertising for real criminate on the estate that violates Notice basis of race, color, the fair housing national origin, age, law. Our readers religion, political are hereby PUBLIC NOTICE affiliation, handi- informed that all The Russell Countycapping conditions, dwellings adver- School Board here-or sex in its educa- tised in this news- by gives public tional programs or paper are available notice that it is sell- employment. on an equal oppor-ing to the highestRussell County tunity basis. Forbidder approxi- School Board 84 more information mately 33 tons ofLorraine C. Turner about Virginia's surplus stoker coal Dr. Lebanon, VA Fair Housing Law or to file a fair located at 24266 Phone housing complaint,C a s t l e w o o d (276)889-6500 Fax call the Virginia E 1 e m e n t a r y (276)889-6508 Fair Housing (approximately 15 Additional infer- Office at (804) 367- tons), Copper mation may be 8530. Toll free call Creek Elementary obtained by con- (888) 551-3247. (approximately 10 tacting Alan For the hearing tons) and Swords Addison at 276- impaired, call (804) Creek Elementary 889-6514, or at 527-4290. (approximately 8 aaddison@russell.k tons). All coal is to 12.va.us. Houses for be removed at win- Rent ning bidder's9-7-1tcgL expense.Written Notice For Rent: Home on bids may be Seven Acres. mailed,E-mailed, NOTICE OF PUB- Castlewood Area. faxedor delivered Will give a free LICHEARING The Town of St. Paul, Virginia here- by provides notice that an application for funding has been filed with USDA, Rural Development for funding of a pro- posed Commercial Side Mount Pumper Fire Truck. A public hearing on the proposed pur- chase will be held on September 18, 2017 at 5:45 p.m. at the St. Paul Town Hall, 16531 Russell St., St. Paul, Virginia. Anyone requesting informa- tion on this project or to offer com- ments should attend this meeting. Hubert Kyle Fletcher, Mayor 8 - 31-2tcgL Notice Public Notice APPROVAL OF A CATEGORICAL EXCLUSION FROM AN ENVIRON- MENTAL ASSESSMENT FOR A PROJECT FUNDED THROUGH THE VIRGINIA WATER SUPPLY REVOLVING FUND VIRGINIA EMPLOYMENT COMMISSION REPORT The following jobs are available through the Norton Virginia Employment Commission: #1157316 - Electrician Helper - Kingsport, TN #1157337 - Electrician - Kingsport, TN #1157583 - Security Officer - Duffleld #1157898 - Lineman - Gate City #1157985 - Field Service Welder - Norton #1159746 - EHS Manager - Duffield For more details on these and other current job orders, visit the Virginia Workforce Connection website, www.vawc.virginia.gov, come by the Norton local office of the Virginia Employment Commission at 1725 Park Avenue, SW, send an email to Norton@ vec.virginia.gov, or call 276-679-9413 Stonebriar Accepting Applications Newly renovated 1 and 2 bedroom units Rent based on income Smoke free property Utilities paid Apply at Wise Comity Redevelopment & Housing Authority central office at 107 Litchfield Street NW Coeburn, VA 24230 CMI 395-6104, 762-5624 or 762-0222 CUMBERLAND MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY SERVICES BOARD SERVING INDIVIDUALS WITH MENTAL HEALTH, INTELtECTUAL DI~C4BtLITI$ AND SUBSTANCE USE DI$ORDR$ CMCSB ts currently accepting applications for various positions within our organization, Qualifications for these positions vary, depending upon the posted position, and may include High School Diploma, Associate Degree, Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree and licensed positions. Please visit our website at www,cmcsb,com for more information on our organization, and to view details of employment opportunities. CMCSB Is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Public Notice No.: WSL-017-15 First Publication Date: August 31, 2017 The Virginia Department of Health has under consideration a request for a Categorical Exclusion from an Environmental Assessment for a waterworks project proposed to be funded through the Virginia Water Supply Revolving Fund. The appli- cant is the Castlewood Water & Sewer Authority (CWSA). The project consists of the replacement of approximately 7,000 linear feet of 6-inch water line with 12-inch water line. The water line will primarily be located adjacent to Gravel Lick Road. The proposed activ- ities will occur in previously dis- turbed areas, pri- marily in VDOT right-of-way. The applicant feels that the project meets the following exclusion cate- gories established by the Department: 1. 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