Facebook aimed to educate its users through effective tips to control online harassment using self-regulating techniques and easy content monitoring.
If someone makes you feel bad or if being online makes you sad or stressed, it is important that you inform one of your loved ones.
Facebook will help you find a way to solve the problem. If you think you are bullied, visit Facebook’s Bullying Prevention Center for resources to help you.
Online harassment comes in many types and has a lot of names including cyberbullying, trolling, flaming, outing or masquerading.
Online harassment comes in many different forms and carries many names such as cyberbullying, trolling, flare, outings or costumes.
The social media platform has asked its users to keep good friends while regularly checking the list of friends to make sure users feel comfortable with their friends by looking at their personal content.
Facebook has strongly forbidden its users to share the password with anyone. Not your friends, not the person you are going out with or your BBF. Never, ever bother and also ensure your current location and address is safe.
Always remember that Facebook will never ask for your password through a message or email!
The social media platform suggested its users to take a break from social media if it’s getting too much.
It further suggested that to review the post before posting on Facebook whether it may hurt someone feelings and reputation.
Facebook has also advised its customers to fix errors by apologizing to friends whose feelings hurt by comments.
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