My target audience would be other teens, mainly because a large variety of teens use the internet and just don't know the basic security things about it. Most have the same passwords for everything or something like that.
The message of the whole storyboard is that social media is very traceable, future employers can go and check what you have posted and what you have done in the past with social media. For some of the teens they post anything on their feeds, and don't think about it. That it could eventually affect their chances at getting a job.
Hello I am Zach and I'm here to give you an update on internet safety.
There are many ways to communicate to people online, one being social media.
Social media is something almost everyone has nowadays, and people use it for different things, whether that is talking to relatives or friends.
The one most important thing to realize is, anything you do one the internet can and will be found by anyone who cares enough.
This means future employers can see what you post and what you did in the past on social media.
That is probably the most important thing I can give you as a teen myself.