Repetition is the mother of learning

Some things on the internet evolve and change fast – but many don’t. Most safety challenges are the same as they were five or ten years ago. For example, password security is just as important now as they were then. Safety is about a lot of things, and they’re not all related to the internet: bullying, using bad language and not wanting to admit your wrongdoings are not new phenomena, they existed well before the internet.

We’ve already covered many topics on this blog and thought that a recap could be in place. In this post we’ve gathered some posts from 2014 and 2015 for you to enjoy.

Social media for kids, tips for online safety, watAgame, Momio

Picture: Danime, user of goSupermodel

Birthday picture of your kid is a hit on social media – so check your privacy settings!
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Kids want to know what others think of their looks. The answers are not always so nice…
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But then again, grown-ups can be harsh too!
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If you’re not careful with your password, you might end up with sandals!
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Your kid sent naked pictures online. Stay calm!
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Many sites have age limits, and it’s smart to follow them.
Read the first post and the second post

Trolling – do you know what it is and why it’s popular?
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Why is it again that likes matter?
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About the author:

Silja Nielsen, Momio

Silja Nielsen is Head of Community and Safety at Momio. She has worked at the company since 2010. Silja has a master’s degree in Media Studies and is interested in privacy, online behaviour and online communities.