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What began as an enjoyable way to connect with friends, showcase creativity, and express opinions has, for many, become a nightmare. Cyberbullying, identity theft, and safety threats are reasons enough to thwart social media's invasion of your privacy. Innocent posts are sometimes misconstrued and misused, leading to criminal charges, job termination, or reputation damage.
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I've heard about changing Privacy Settings on social media, is that enough?

It's a good first step. But keep in mind, the Privacy Settings largely deal with how other human users of a given Social Media platform "see" or "not-see" your profile on that Social Media Platform. Every click or tap you do when you use your Social Media accounts is stored on you, associated with you, tied to you, and, essentially "kept-on-file" about your account and tied to *YOU*. Further, as we detail here, the various Tech firms around this world largely buy/sell/lease/trade/share this information about you with other people and organizations around the world.

I posted something that landed me in online "Jail", what can I do?

Honestly, not a lot. At this time, the most popular Social Media platforms are their own companies with their own rules and standards, and they are free to change and enforce them at their own discretion. The best thing you can do is stay informed on what their rules and standards are, do your best to follow them, and attempt to follow on-screen instructions on protesting and submitting your attempts to "clear yourself" to get your profile re-instated.

How can I watch what my kids do on Social Media?

While there are some apps and computer software that might be able to help you monitor Social Media usage of other people in your home, some of the best things you can do on this subject is to have intentional conversations with your kids about what they may see online, listen to and talk with them regularly on what are acceptable and unacceptable actions on Social Media, encourage them to maintain certain values, and make good decisions for themselves on actions they take online/on Social Media. Part of these conversations can be legality of online content, and consequences of bad decisions when using the Internet and Social Media.
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Is changing Privacy Settings on social media enough?
It's a good first step. But keep in mind, the Privacy Settings largely deal with how other human users of a given Social Media platform "see" or "not-see" your profile on that Social Media Platform. Every click or tap you do when you use your Social Media accounts is stored on you, associated with you, tied to you, and, essentially "kept-on-file" about your account and tied to *YOU*. Further, as we detail here, the various Tech firms around this world largely buy/sell/lease/trade/share this information about you with other people and organizations around the world.
Something I posted got me in online "Jail", what can I do?
Honestly, not a lot. At this time, the most popular Social Media platforms are their own companies with their own rules and standards, and they are free to change and enforce them at their own discretion. The best thing you can do is stay informed on what their rules and standards are, do your best to follow them, and attempt to follow on-screen instructions on protesting and submitting your attempts to "clear yourself" to get your profile re-instated.
How can I watch what my kids do on Social Media?
While there are some apps and computer software that might be able to help you monitor Social Media usage of other people in your home, some of the best things you can do on this subject is to have intentional conversations with your kids about what they may see online, listen to and talk with them regularly on what are acceptable and unacceptable actions on Social Media, encourage them to maintain certain values, and make good decisions for themselves on actions they take online/on Social Media. Part of these conversations can be legality of online content, and consequences of bad decisions when using the Internet and Social Media.
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