We never have your un-encrypted data. How parents talk to teens about acceptable online behavior Acknowledgments Methodology Appendix A:
Thus, the parental threat to take away digital devices is a potentially potent form of punishment. The flipside is that social media can be a hub for things like cyberbullying and questionable activities.
Many teens get inappropriate messages and solicitations when they're online. Even when a teen thinks something has been deleted, it can be impossible to completely erase it from the Internet. Feeling anonymous on social networks or other sites can make people feel OK about posting mean, insulting, or abusive comments.
We never have your un-encrypted data. In general, if you have questions about the trail you're leaving online, don't be afraid to ask a trusted adult. Don't respond to inappropriate requests.