The Sisters Are Tweeting, and Using Social Media for Social Good
MTV’s A THIN LINE campaign was developed to empower young people to identify, respond to, and stop the spread of digital abuse, which includes behaviors like sexting, cyber-bullying and digital dating abuse.
If you came of age without Facebook, you probably regularly find reasons to be grateful for it. But a new survey suggests that despite the risks, social networks can make teen girls more emotionally safe and closer to their friends.
Nearly three quarters of parents monitor their teenagers’ Facebook pages, some every day, according to a recent survey.
There shouldn’t be any doubt in anyone’s mind that the evolution of the internet, the introduction of social networking and advancements in mobile technology have forever changed the world we live in.
Forget cybercriminals or data-collecting advertisers. If you’re a teen, the most likely privacy threat to your Facebook account is probably your mother.