Social Media Weighs In During Black Enterprise #Cyberbully Chat

Twitterverse Weighs In During #Cyberbully Chat

Privacy continues to be one of the top issues in sharing content on social networks. Recently, Facebook announced their new privacy settings and the redesign they are rolling out soon. Users started seeing the new privacy changes to the Web version Thursday, and the mobile roll-out of changes will happen soon after. An interesting question is what is driving the new Facebook privacy changes? Is it Google Plus or the need to provide users with a more contextual experience? The launch of Google Plus has intensified content-sharing privacy with their Google Circles functionality. The friendly competition with Google will hopefully continue to provide changes that will benefit the user. The other big plus is that these adjustments enable users to manage their profiles, which represent and reflect a portion of their online identity. ---Hajj Flemings hosted a Twitter chat on Wednesday in observance of National Bullying Prevention Month.  “Behind the Screen: Bullying in the Age of Technology,” which featured guest experts Frederick J. Goodall, founder of, and Dr. Deborah Temkin, bullying prevention coordinator for, discussed the changing nature of bullying, specifically cyberbullying. Everyone from social media enthusiasts and parent bloggers to concerned parents and anti-bullying activists weighed in via the #CyberBully hashtag on Twitter. Check out what chat participants had to say about cyberbullying:

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