How to keep safe on the internet.
"Hey! I know you! I'm friends with your mates, would you like to be my friend?"
"I love you"
"Would you want to meet up soon?"
"Can I have pictures of you?"
"Can I have your phone number?"
Not knowing someone and tell them revealing information about yourself is very risky. You wouldn't know what they was doing with it. Make sure you know who you are talking to and on social networking sites, make certain that your privacy settings are the best they can be and you never accept requests from people you don't know.
Hackers can get through to anybody's photos. You need to be careful of what you take and where you put your photos. Obscene photos can get around and used against you. You have to make sure what you take photos of, and when you put photos online.
Anonymous hate can be passed around very easily, people aim for people who do strange and different things. Or people simply go out of their way to give hate to someone they don't even know for example, just because they don't like them or like the things they do. You get them everywhere.
The best way to deal with it if you do become a victim of cyber-bullying is too tell someone! It wont stop unless you do something about it! Tell a close friend, family member or even your favourite school teacher.
No one deserves to get bullied for whatever reason. So come out and tell someone if this happens to you, get some help!
Inappropriate Videos and Websites
Some young people might just find it by accident and others can purposely look up for it giving them an in site into the sex industry. Be careful when you are on line and some links that you might think is completely innocent but then could bring you onto a porn website. Watch out for this and do your best to avoid it.