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The Effects Of Cyber-Bullying
Setting upsocial media accounts Social mediacan be an effective tool in expanding our knowledge on a variety of subjects, viaonline educational groups and social chat groups. Social media can also be awonderful experience where you can join others online who like the same thingsyou do, for example online gaming, sports groups etc. You can also connect withfriends and family and share photos, videos or simply chat with them. There aremany different options, when socially interacting online, a few of the morepopular include Snap Chat, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Messenger. Mobilephones are a big part of social interaction, videos, photos and messages canalso be a way of interacting with others 24hrs a day. When settingup accounts you need to be wary of speaking to people you don’t know and shouldnever include private photos, videos or give them personal information aboutyourself or others. Digital footprints last forever and although you can deleteor hide comments or photos on line they can still be online. It is also important to note that old orunused accounts should always be deleted when no longer in use, to avoid youraccounts being hacked and used by someone else.
Whenactivating new accounts, you should always remember that you want to maintain apositive digital footprint. It is important to always check your profilesettings and make sure that they are set to private, this will help to limitwho can see your information and avoid strangers viewing what and who you postand tag. If in doubt or simply need somehelp or advice, you should always check with friends, your parents, or alternativelygoogle account set ups online. Schoolyard bullying often progresses into cyber-bullying. It can start as a negativecomment, taunting and then continue via messages on your mobile phone. Withmobile phones being so common in schools, it is often difficult to avoidembarrassing or awkward photos or videos. It is important to remember thatalthough you may find it funny other people can often be hurt or upset by theseimages, always think before you post. Ø Ignore, block and report anything thatmakes you feel scared or threatened Ø People to speak to friends, family,teachers, guidance counsellors and in extreme cases the police Ø Kids helpline 24hours a day 7days aweek: phone counselling on 1800 55 1800 their counsellors are also availablefor contact via webchat or email
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