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Be careful what you share

  • Think before you share: who might see your photo, video or live stream? It’s safest just to share your stuff with family and friends you know in real life.
  • If someone you don’t know in real life asks you to share a photo or video or go on camera, don't reply, and tell an adult you trust.
  • Worried about something you’ve shared online or sent to someone? Ask an adult you trust for help.

Sam's story...

Sam's story...

Ellie, Alfie and I shared a video of our first ever song! We made the video public, hoping we’d get lots of views and fans, but then we got a lot of nasty comments from strangers. It’s much better to just share things you are proud of with your family and friends.

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Whatever has happened, it's not your fault. Get help by telling an adult you trust, like a teacher or a family member.