Here are some multiple choice quiz questions that I've put together. Nothing too fancy, and more than happy for this resource to be built upon some more. They are clearly based around specific things the students should have engaged with during the course. Some of them may become dated with time, and will need to be updated regularly.


  1. When you post something online, it can be safely removed:
    1. Never, once you post it is permanent
    2. Anytime by the owner
    3. By anyone with the correct password and permissions
    4. Sometimes, depending on the site and your privacy settings
  2. A digital footprint is:
    1. A digital image of a massive footprint in the snow, thought to prove that the Abominable Snowman really exists
    2. A complete record of your online presence
    3. Tracks that you've left on the internet as you browse websites
    4. A permanent record of all the bad stuff you've done online
  3. A secure password should have which of the following characteristics?
    1. Secret, upper and lower case, numbers, common word
    2. Secret, upper and lower case, numbers, special characters
    3. Secret, upper case, numbers, special characters
    4. Secret, upper case, numbers, common word
  4. Paul Chambers was arrested for posting which of the following to his twitter account?
    1. That he was going to blow an airport sky high
    2. An internal photo of the Pentagon, in the USA.
    3. Photos of illegal immigrants in a detention centre
    4. Threats against the APEC summit in Sydney
  5. To complain about, or report offensive content on the internet, you should contact which of the following agencies?
    1. Department of Homeland Security
    2. Australian Federal Police - Cyber crime
    3. ACMA - Australian Communications and Media Authority
    4. ABMA - Australian Broadband Management Authority
  6. You should assume that absolutely everything you do and/or post on the internet will be publicly available for others to view
    1. True
    2. False
  7. When setting your facebook places privacy settings, how many things should you pay attention to?
    1. 2
    2. 3
    3. 4
    4. 1
  8. Things you say on the internet as a joke can be held against you legally
    1. True
    2. False
  9. Only you can check yourself into a venue using facebook places (Check-in)
    1. True
    2. False
  10. When browsing the internet using a web browser in 'secure' or 'private' mode, absolutely nobody can see what you've done online.
    1. True
    2. False