Here's why the police like this approach, it builds children's confidence online, helping them to make better decisions, assert their own personality, not just submitting to everything.
What could be better than a kid with 20 or 30 real friends on social media? FRIENDS, not followers, real friends don't bully each other so much. Real friends make up. Remember Facebook say that 'followers' are at least five times more likely to bully somebody.
We know most kids and parents hate this approach, preferring popularity to safety. It will take a little effort to change things.
We explain why kids should use real name!
Social media accounts ought to be private and regularly checked and verified. When kids use real names and photos, they behave better online, that's a fact. The Police and Facebook agree real names and photos make children posting on Snapchat and TikTok more cautious.
Real Name, Real Photos and Privacy (called 'My Friends only' in Snapchat). This creates a circle of trust where kids don't abuse each other because their accounts are real, not fake. It's called 'social media not 'bully' media, and it should be honest, real, not fake. Many parents disagree strongly here, saying to keep my kid safe, I want you to use a fake name to keep their kids safe. We disagree equally strongly.
If your kids misbehave online, the Police will come to talk to you, not your kid.
Who said kids & teenagers phone is private. They are not. Who is boss? Who is paying? Who is liable?
Time for parents to do, as they always did. So let's take back control for the two best reasons in the world.
Snapchat is a bullys' paradise
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