- Facebook We Think Digital – Resources
The Facebook resources are designed to help create a safer and responsible digital world. It is developed in collaboration with experts, academics, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and civil society organizations across Asia Pacific, the resources are designed to foster responsible citizenship.
- Safety on Twitter – Resources
On Twitter, you should feel safe expressing your unique point of view with every Tweet – and it’s our job to make that happen. But sometimes Tweets can cross a line and are abusive or threatening. To keep you safe, we build tools so you can control what you see and who you interact with; work with a community of online safety experts to fight abuse everywhere; and develop and enforce policies to prohibit abusive behaviour.
- Safety – Instagram
Instagram supports a safe and open environment for everyone. We take violations seriously, and encourage you to report any kind of abusive behaviour. The time on Instagram should be positive and inspiring.
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- Patchin, Justin W., (September 2017), “Be Careful Who You “Friend” Online: A Cautionary Tale”
- Collier, Anne, (October 2018), “For This Bullying Prevention Month, A Bit Of Clarity”
- The Wire Staff, (October 2018), “Indian Children Most Cyber-Bullied in the World: Study”
- Patchin, Justin W., (November 2019), “Sextortion: More Insight Into the Experiences of Youth.”
- Hinduja, Sameer, (January 2020), “How Social Media Companies Should Combat Online Abuse”
- Collier, Anne, (June 2020), “How Teens’ Social Media Use Changing: New Pew Study”