Do you Share with Care?
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How many friends or followers do you have on the social media platform you use the most?


 
How many of those are real friends you’d know and stop to say hello to in the street?


 
When did you last check your privacy settings on social media?


 
Which of these statements do you most agree with?


You scored {{var_score}} out of 12.

Great job! You seem to be pretty social media savvy. Carry on sharing with care. Thanks! #SharewithCare

Here are Nominet’s top tips for managing social media…

1. Share with Care: always take time to consider the feelings of others and possible repercussions before sharing pictures of friends and children – and if in doubt seek their permission before you post. Also, be mindful of repercussions when sharing images or personal information about yourself. Once a post is seen it can’t be ‘unseen’ and once shared it can’t be ‘unshared’.

2. Regularly check privacy settings: social media sites frequently change their rules, so it’s important you stay up to date to stay in control – check yours now and perhaps set diary reminders to help keep on top of these.

3. Consider who you really want to be friends with: many of us admit that we don’t actually know some of the people we’re friends with on social media sites, yet are happy to share lots of personal information and photos with them. It’s worth checking your contact list every now and again, and removing people you don’t know.

4. Don’t forget about setting parental controls: help prevent content surfacing that might not be suitable for everyone on search engines and platforms like Google and YouTube.
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You scored {{var_score}} out of 12.

Not bad at all – but you’re at risk of oversharing, so you might want to check your privacy settings more regularly and always remember to share with care. Thanks! #SharewithCare

Here are Nominet’s top tips for managing social media…

1. Share with Care: always take time to consider the feelings of others and possible repercussions before sharing pictures of friends and children – and if in doubt seek their permission before you post. Also, be mindful of repercussions when sharing images or personal information about yourself. Once a post is seen it can’t be ‘unseen’ and once shared it can’t be ‘unshared’.

2. Regularly check privacy settings: social media sites frequently change their rules, so it’s important you stay up to date to stay in control – check yours now and perhaps set diary reminders to help keep on top of these.

3. Consider who you really want to be friends with: many of us admit that we don’t actually know some of the people we’re friends with on social media sites, yet are happy to share lots of personal information and photos with them. It’s worth checking your contact list every now and again, and removing people you don’t know.

4. Don’t forget about setting parental controls: help prevent content surfacing that might not be suitable for everyone on search engines and platforms like Google and YouTube.
Click here to learn more
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You scored {{var_score}} out of 12.

Oops! You might want to check your privacy settings and spring clean your list of friends. Oh, and do check you have permission before sharing pics of friends and family. Thanks! #SharewithCare

Here are Nominet’s top tips for managing social media…

1. Share with Care: always take time to consider the feelings of others and possible repercussions before sharing pictures of friends and children – and if in doubt seek their permission before you post. Also, be mindful of repercussions when sharing images or personal information about yourself. Once a post is seen it can’t be ‘unseen’ and once shared it can’t be ‘unshared’.

2. Regularly check privacy settings: social media sites frequently change their rules, so it’s important you stay up to date to stay in control – check yours now and perhaps set diary reminders to help keep on top of these.

3. Consider who you really want to be friends with: many of us admit that we don’t actually know some of the people we’re friends with on social media sites, yet are happy to share lots of personal information and photos with them. It’s worth checking your contact list every now and again, and removing people you don’t know.

4. Don’t forget about setting parental controls: help prevent content surfacing that might not be suitable for everyone on search engines and platforms like Google and YouTube.
Click here to learn more
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