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How to use and create a Twitter account safely with parent p
Transcript of How to use and create a Twitter account safely with parent p
How to use and create a Twitter account safely with parent permission
THE DO'S AND DON'T'S OF POSTING PICTURES
Don't post a picture of where you live, or where someone else lives
Don't post a picture of other people with out their permission first
Do post a picture of your pet
Do post a picture of your new shoes, glasses, etc.
When online, don't tweet rudely or hashtag rudely because it could offend someone in a bad way and you didn't even mean it! When tweeting, don't post any inappropriate photos, words, or videos. If you get your picture from the internet, make sure doesn't have copied rights. To tweet properly you should ONLY tweet what you would actually say. Currently, there is a ongoing hack. It might say something like this: "Hello, DO YOU WANT NEW FOLLOWERS? /www.getmorefollowers.biz ((please copy-paste for your safety)) I used this site. Thanks..." DO NOT click that link or messages with similar meanings. Just delete it and report the message as spam.
WE HOPE OUR PREZI HELPED YOU LEARN ABOUT THE INTERNET AND HOW POWERFUL AN IMPACT YOU CAN HAVE ON IT. WHAT YOU SAY AND DO CAN IMPACT PEOPLE ALL AROUND THE WORLD.
Don't put a picture of yourself, full name or any other personal information
Don't create a Facebook, Instagram, Vine, and even a Prezi account with out your parents permission
Once you post something online it will stay there forever even if you think you've deleted it. Next Time be careful about what you put online
Good and Bad Pictures to Post
Anyone can see what you are posting even if you think it's private
all searches on google are recorded
You can be fined if you cyberbully and be sent to Juvenile Detention or Prison
You are always responsible for what you post online and what you do
Remember if you are getting bullied make sure to tell an adult that you trust. Like your parents, teachers, principles, aunts, uncles, and siblings. Bullying is no laughing matter.
Proper tweeting and hashtaging
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