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Boss Talk: Twitter Safety Officer Talks Building Trust

Twitter Inc. must do a better job of protecting its users from the dark underbelly of the Internet. That is the assessment of Del Harvey, the Twitter executive in charge of trust and safety for Twitter’s 288 million monthly active users. It’s also the view of Twitter Chief Executive Dick Costolo, who declared in a recent leaked message to employees that the company has “sucked” at dealing with abuse and trolls.



3 in 10 S. Korean teens victimized by cyberbullying: study

Nearly three out of 10 South Korean teenagers have been bullied in cyberspace, but few have sought help. Types of bullying ranged from leaking private information, which was most common at 12.1 percent, to bullying while playing online games, which followed with 10.2 percent.


How can I increase my security when logging in to Facebook?

An advanced Facebook security option, “login approvals,” uses one-time password (OTP) codes to verifying your identity when logging in to your account. If you turn this feature on in your Security Settings page (> Account Settings > Security), you'll be asked to enter a special OTP login code each time you try to access your Facebook account from a new computer or mobile phone. This can help prevent a hacker from hijacking your account.



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