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I write these lines to contribute to the need to raise awareness about the dangers of misuse of social networks, it is very sad to see children crying over cyberbullying or exposed young people when I was a child, my parents used to give me advice on how to behave on the street and, among other things, they told me that I should not " talk to strangers". They used to know every place I used to travel, to the places where I used to go and almost all the people with whom I could relate, otherwise it was not very difficult to find out.

With the arrival of the Web and especially of the Social Networks much changed. Social networks have always existed, when there are 2 or more people chatting there is one, but Social Networking applications have amplified communications to reach people from anywhere in the world 365 days a year 24 hours.

In this context there are many situations in virtual life that we do not know, from software to appropriate ways of proceeding in these new environments. The most worrying thing is that our children and young people are walking through cyberspace, in many cases, without an adult who can "visualize" their reality, completely different from the ones they lived. On the other hand, it is possible to say that adults make the same mistakes as the younger ones, we are sailing adrift. (Here you can find a glossary of terms that will help guide you:

Places like Whatsapp, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and Instagram become complex worlds but we know how to handle it, a publication, a message, a photo or a video can do a lot of good or a lot of bad. Talks with friends went from being a small group to being massed. The one who had good attitudes today multiplies his message by these means, but unfortunately the same thing happens in the opposite case.

It is important to emphasize that when publishing a message it can happen that it is not possible to transmit what one really thinks or maybe it is the other who makes their interpretation of what is read, or when posting a photo with other people ask us what would happen if someone published a photo that we did not want, for whatever reasons, and talk about the labeling without prior permission. Each lives a reality, has its stories and must be respected. Thinking, Does what I'm going to publish bring anything? Does it hurt anyone? At some point it can not be used against me?

Where to begin? Learn, experiment and talk. Who? Everyone, each from their role: children, youth and adults. What should we do adults? Generate spaces for communication in families and educational institutions.

Some topics to know:

Web reputation is the image, prestige and reference about us that is generated by information that we upload to Internet: publications, photos and videos.

The Internet is, at present, the main source of information and communication. In that sense, the data on the Web that are associated with our name will become the way that third parties have to know us more. Source: (With You on the Web)

Download the reputation guide

It is not a well-known concept, it refers to the publication of intimate images of an ex-partner.

Love in Web 2.0 times Social Networking - Source: (With Us on the Web)

Android Device Security:

Safe search on Google:

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MARN El Salvador Verified account @MARN_SV

Set up privacy in Snapchat:

Set privacy on Instagram: ? v = 9WcH3nmZWxU

Set privacy on Youtube:

Set privacy on Whatsapp:

Set up privacy on Twitter: https: //

Careers in Online Games

Online games (Source: Con Vo s on the Web):

Guias for schools for the care of the personal data of the students

Most of the links were taken from the site Con Vos on the Web where I have colleagues with whom we work on some of these topics in different courses.

I hope this brief contribution is for some the door that allows you to internalize in the subject and help to face your "virtual life" in a more responsible way and to begin to open instances of dialogues with the smaller ones .

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