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Safety Beyond Instagram
Transcript of Safety Beyond Instagram
Parents, If Your Kids Have Any of These Types of Apps, It's Time to... Hit DELETE! Pick up their phone
Vanishing Pictures (Instagram now has this)
Hiding apps- looks like a game or calculator
Anonymous Rating Apps- Ask FM
Dating Apps- GPS and lack of age verification
Messaging/Photo Apps with GPS
Chat rooms- on games
Other messaging apps- group and private, video calls
Live feature: FB, Twitter, YouTube- no time for discernment
Wi-Fi accessible apps (no cellular service required)
It is the #1 app used for sexting, mostly because people think it is the safer way to sext.
However, the “snaps” can easily be recovered and the receiver can take a screen shot and share it with others.
Images from Snapchat get posted to revenge porn sites, called “snap porn.”
This app allows a user to send photos and videos to anyone on his/her friend list.
The sender can determine how long the receiver can view the image and then the image “destructs” after the allotted time.
"Yeah, that's why we go to Twitter and Snapchat.
(instead of Instagram)
My mom doesn't have that."
"I have two Instagram accounts. One for my family
and one for my friends. I have a FINSTA."
If you are only following you child's
Instagram account, you might not be
getting the full picture.
Listen to what we found out from asking teens in our community about their social media use.
they use other emails to create accounts that you are not on
they do not use their name or anything associated with their personal info. to name their fake account
they will use random numbers and just share it with their friends
custom settings to block you from seeing all of their content
So How in the world do we manage this?