Last week Instagram announced their new support tools, that provide users with the option to actually do something when they saw a friend or a ‘social friend’ posting something concerning carrying a red flag. Now, Facebook it’s joining the movement, by releasing a kind of similar new Safety Center and expanded Bullying Prevention Hub.
In Facebook’s new Safety Center, you’ll find tips on how to report abusive and harmful posts, tools to help you understand and control who is seeing what you post, and advice on how to boost your account security and conduct privacy checkups.
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“People come to Facebook to share some of their most important moments in life,” said Antigone Davis, Facebook’s head of global safety, in a blog post about the launch. “We’ve built the Safety Center to help people control their experience on our platform and feel safe being themselves.”
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Realistically these new tools, and others offered inside Facebook’s Safety Center, are not going to eliminate entirely the big issue of online bullies, trolls, and hackers.
However, it should help us better deal with those problems in a timely, effective, and sensitive way— online and off. And every positive initiative counts.
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