Karachi (NNI) Facebook has launched effective awareness measures to address the problem of online harassment. In this regard, Facebook will facilitate the easy monitoring of various tips and content as needed to cope with the online harassment of its users.
If someone is unhappy with you, or you feel depressed or stressed when they are online, then it is important to tell someone close to you. This will help you solve your problem. If you think you’re being bullied, then the Bullying Prevention Hub on Facebook will be helpful. Online harassment is of various types, it has many names such as cyber-billing, trawling, flaming, outing or fake identity. Harassment can be directly open to text messages, emails or private messages, or social media platforms where sharing an inappropriate post or image can be embarrassing or upsetting for you.
All of this means that you need to be extra careful about yourself and your online information, and also be careful not to hurt anyone else online. The social media platform directs its users to keep good friends in their circle of friends and check their friends list regularly to keep their friends calm with their personal content.
As your friend list grows, you need to review your privacy settings so that you can keep the information private so people continue to behave well about you. The link here, according to the Facebook press note
( https://www.facebook.com/safety/youth/facebook-basics/safety )
There are a few ways you can share things on Facebook carefully. Accept the friend request of the people you know, carefully review the person who knocks on your door and makes the person you find unpleasant. Sometimes it is important to keep your personal information confidential such as your address or the location where you are enjoying, then such information is required to be kept confidential.
The same principle applies to your friends. Facebook strongly urges its users not to share their password with anyone, even if they are your childhood friends. It never benefits. Always remember that Facebook never asks you for a password via a message or email.
The social media platform suggests its users take a break if they spend too much time on it. Facebook also advises its users that before posting on Facebook, check that it does not hurt one’s feelings or bad reputation. Facebook also advises its users to resolve the issue by apologizing to them whenever their comments hurt you.