Social media is defined as online communities where people communicate and share information and content. Popular examples of social media sites include Twitter, Facebook, Instagram , YouTube and LinkedIn. According to an Angus Reid poll about 89% of Canadians between the ages of 18 and 34 use social media at least occasionally. This module will review some considerations you should make when using social media.
You've now read some examples of the consequences of sharing inappropriate or questionable content on social media.
Have you ever posted something online that you later regretted? If you could change it, would would you do differently?
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