Protecting Yourself

Caught in the Net

With the new found immediacy in contact it is hard to consider preventing the harassment endured online but their are may precautions we must learn to take to achieve the safest environment online, and encourage others to do so.

So what are the preventative measures?

Well there are plenty with varying levels of protection but to ensure the best possible outcome this is what you must do:

Use the available privacy settings! investigate how much of your blog posts, Facebook profile or twitter account information is accessible and to whom. You can access this through the setting icon most often if not by contacting the service provider or the individuals responsible for the maintenance of the site. By ensuring that would you assume is private and protecting is actually the fact then you are reducing the risk by a great amount. You’re practically halfway there!

Filter yourself! Yes we all…

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About Roger Nield MBE

Safety Director for the SMPL Organisation and supporting our Vulnerable Veterans Programme.
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