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Social networking is the grouping of individuals into specific groups, like small rural communities or a neighborhood subdivision, if you will. Although social networking is possible in person, especially in the workplace, universities, and high schools, it is most popular online.

Social Network

Most famous Social Network

Pros and cons of Social Network

Pros:• You can build a network of contacts and interact with a lot of people at the same time.

• The social networking sites also facilitate you to procure information on any subjects from anywhere

• The social networking sites also facilitate you to procure information on any subjects from anywhere

• These sites allow you to send and receive messages, upload photos, and videos.

Cons and risks:• Online bullying and harassment by peers, also known as cyberbullying.

• Online predators. While being harassed or stalked online by adult predators is far less common than cyberbullying.

• The most glaring disadvantage of social networking sites is the risk of identity theft and fraud.

• Children will not add strangers as friends, or use the Facebook "chat" application to talk to strangers.

Facebook safety guidelines

RISKSAbusive and addictive UseViolation of rights of industrial or intellectual propertyAccess to inappropriate content cyberbullying

• Children will not share personal information (address, phone number, pictures, etc.) with anyone on Facebook that they do not know well.

• Children will immediately tell their parents if they see anything or talk to anyone on Facebook that makes them uncomfortable; and parents will take immediate action to block or report that material.

Social networking safety guidelines

• What goes online stays online. Do not say anything or publish pictures that might later cause you or someone else embarrassment.

• Be wary of publishing any identifying information about yourself ,either in your profile or in your posts, such as phone numbers, pictures of your home, workplace or school, your address or birthday.

• Never post comments that are abusive or may cause offence to either individuals or groups of society.

• Use strong passwords.

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