Online Safety Cartoons
A gallery of cartoons about keeping safe online by Chris Slane.
Cartoon depcts a woman walking down a street while various scoial media icons with smart phones spy on her - text box reads 'It's not because of you but it can change because of you' another caption reads 'Report Cyber Stalking and abuse'
'Sloppy Grammar Guppie - most scammer can be identified by their poor spelling and grammar'
Cartoon depcts a man whose phone number is being stolen by a hacker 'Stop your phone number taking flight - stick a PIN Caption - in it.'
'Warning - account hacked' on computer screen of woman who says "But how did they guess my password?" Subtitle: 'Your security is only as strong as your password'
"Mais comment ils ont fait pour trouver mon mot de passe?"
'Mot de passe évident - problème imminent'.
"What great free apps you have grandma" exclaims Little Red Riding-Hood looking at her phone - "all the better to gather your personal data build up my tech firm then onsell it for billions" replies the wolf dressed as grandma in bed.
Cartoon depicts a woman in an office enticed by the allure of a Valentine's Day online prize gift card.
"Actually I found you tagged on a Facebook page in a whole album of drunken ball photos" reaveals Prince Charming to Cinderella as he fits a glass slipper on her foot.
As two native americans stand top of a mountain in the American west watching smoke signals from another hill one of them asks "Is our data safe in the cloud?"
"Ye Olde Phishing Well - enter your details and throw your money down the hole" warns a screen next to a wishing well. Caption: 'Think before you click'
"Sure you can trust me. All ineed are your credit card details and I'll arrange everything" assures the con man of his victim as he plays with his model airplane labelled 'Con Air'. 'Subtitle: Care who you share confidential information with.'
"Their password was ridiculously easy to guess so they should reallytake half the blame" pleads a hacker in court. 'Easy to remember = easy to guess'
"Those are applications servers databases websites and the big fluffy one is my blog" a geeky boy points out to his girlfriend lying on a hillside.
"No the answer to my riddle is not 123456 or password" says angry wizard to foolish peasant.
Chart describing variety of scams in terms of marine creatures. ( Contact cartoonist for flexible usage fees )
Spam Clam - scours the web for email addresses then clogs your in-box with offers of cheap goods and services -poster detail.
'Password Sucker - wants you to confirm your password for online banking, or auction account. One species in a chart describing variety of scams in terms of marine creatures -poster detail.
Virus Puffer - claims to have detected a virus on your computer in order to extract payment...One species in a chart describing variety of scams in terms of marine creatures -poster detail.
Privacy has been a special subject for Chris Slane's cartoons since 1998. Many aspects of privacy have come in for his attention - the impact of technology, business use of information, health, government databases - he has challenged them all.
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