A range of info and advice concerning your health and well-being including sexual and mental health and safety.
It is important to protect your privacy online. Anyone can view information that you put online about yourself so you need to think about what information you make available to others. Don’t give our your name, address, date of birth etc unless you know who you are talking to online and make sure you keep your passwords safe.
It’s important to check your privacy settings for online profiles. Whilst Facebook, Twitter and other social networking sites are great ways of keeping in contact with people you need to be aware that information, pictures and messages that you post on here may be accessed by other people. Employers may also look you up on the internet so it’s important to check the content of your online profiles.
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