Technology is a useful servant but a dangerous master. -Christian Lous Lange
Actions & Other Information:
Monitor your screen time found in your settings of your phone or ipad
Enable privacy settings on your accounts
Never share your password with anyone except your parents. Change passwords often.
Don’t get anyone else’s password. If something happens on their account, you could be held responsible if you have access.
Be selective about the people you allow into your social networking sites.
Don’t trust people online that you haven’t already met face-to-face.
Don’t share anything you would not feel comfortable having your family see.
Don’t share inappropriate photos
Don’t make offensive comments or use foul language
Never respond to harassing or rude comments.
Save or print evidence of cyberbullying
Block the person’s email, address, instant message screen name or phone number from your computer or phone - who might be cyberbullying you.
If you are being cyberbullied, tell your parents, guardian or another adult you trust.
Don’t share personal information including your home address, birthday, vacation plans, or any information that could be used to answer security questions.
Use ghost locator on snapchat so others do not know your location.