A is creating a website about her pro-drinking views. She thinks that teenagers should be able to drink alcohol from 13 onwards. Her website includes many photos of her with alcohol as well as her friends at various parties drinking. All of them are illegally consuming alcohol as they are all underage.
B has a social networking site and hasn’t protected it, so the public can see it. She has many photographs of herself making silly faces as well as photographs of her trespassing through disused buildings with warning signs, with a group of friends she shares this ‘hobby’ with. Her friends have posted photos of them doing this, and have tagged B in them.
C has posted stuff on YouTube for all to see. She has dressed up in her mother’s clothes and is pretending to be her teacher. She is saying stuff that her teacher would never say, and is certainly not acting in a way her teacher does.
D has become angry about the lack of skateboarding parks in his area. He joins an online blog where he vents his frustration, using a lot of swear words and misinformation. Six months later he discovers there is in fact a skateboarding park planned for his suburb, the council were simply waiting for the funding to come through. D does not revisit the blog to delete his posts.