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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 2. Danger 3. Cyberbullying 4. Grades and Future Career The Shocking Consequences... Social Networking and Teens In our modern era of high-tech computers and 3Gnetworks, social networking has become a part of teenage life. Most of us, however, are unaware about the dangers and risks of social networking. Before it's too late, lets look and the consequences of social networking, and ways we can prevent it from harming us! of teens are on a social network 80% 85% of teen internet time is spent on social networking 3.42 1 hour 50 minutes average amount of time teenagersspend on social networking per day What's going on? 47% have a public profile (name, photos, descriptions) viewable by ANYONE 1. P r i v a c y ... 1. Privacy... 2 . D a n g e r 81% of internet sex crimes involved a socialnetworking site 39% of social network users have been cyberbullied in some way 95% of social network users have witnessed cruel behavior (cyberbullying) in social networking sites 1 in every 5 teens who use social media have had an experience on a social network that made them feel nervous about going to school the next day whilst non-users have an average GPA of 3.82 GPA: 61% of parents' No.1 concern with teen social networking is sharing personal informationonline So, What Should I Do? Solutions: Ways to Limit Use and Prevent Harm Always consult a trusted adult (parent, teacher, etc.) if a problem arises (e.g. cyberbullying) Protect your personal information: go over and set your privacy settings Limit your time on social networking sites Don't meet up with anyone you've met with online (if possible, don't even talk to strangers online) Don't post inappropriate content or anything you want to keep private Remember, humans have evolved to be very efficient at socializing face-to-face, so socializing via technology is nowhere near as efficient! 45% 49% of hiring managers said they screen potential hires using social media of teenagers are UNconcernedposting inappropriate contentonline could affect their future and many say they reject job applicants as a result of what they find Some collegesand universitiesdo the same 3.06 Average GPA of students who use social networking sites while studying Designed by Siri A. (International School Bangkok) Teens spend times more time than adults on social networking sites
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