There are so many controversies about kids and social media.
This is what people have said.
Parents can get sued by social media platforms if their kids are caught on a platform they're not old enough to be on.
Social media platforms are nothing but trouble for kids.
Kids shouldn't be on social media.
I don’t need to monitor my child’s devices. They’re responsible and know what to not do.
As long as my child’s account is private, they’ll be ok.
But the thing is, most parents don't know enough about the dangers and safety measures they should implement to keep their kids safe online.
That’s why before you give your child a device that allows them to get on social media, YOU MUST educate yourself first.
To give you an idea about why you should seek out education about social media dangers, here are some stats.
According to the Pew Research Center studies, the...
How much do you know about cyberbullying?
According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, “cyberbullying” was first used in 1998 and is defined as “the electronic posting of mean-spirited messages about a person. In other words, cyberbullying is the act of bullying anywhere online. Our use of the web leaves digital footprints that can be tracked by people who know how to follow a footprint.
That’s why you might have heard of some celebrities getting canceled for having posted terrible things during the early age of the internet.
With time and the advancement of technology, cyberbullying has increased, but the protection laws for cyberbullying (as well as other forms of bullying) have not caught up with it.
Cyberbullying is bullying online. The acts are repeated and aimed at shaming, slurring, angering, humiliating, or causing any negative distress to another person. Like bullying, cyberbullying has not been federally defined in...
Most kids NEVER tell an adult that they're being bullied because they try to handle the situation alone or they fear that telling an adult might make matters worse.
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